Forecasts call for cold weather and the possibility of lowland snow
Dec. 2, 2016
Starting Sunday, Dec. 4, the National Weather Service is forecasting cold temperatures and the possibility of snow in the convergence zone, including Bothell. Sunday night into Monday, widespread lowland snow is possible. Snow accumulations are anticipated to be less than half an inch. The chance of snow showers continues through Tuesday and nighttime temperatures could dip into the 20s Monday and Tuesday nights. Check current forecasts.
The City of Bothell is ready, are you?
Crews preparing for snow and ice
Public Works crews are preparing to respond in case of snow or ice. Crews have been briefed on weather forecasts and attended refresher training on snow and ice equipment operations. Equipment and supplies have been prepared for winter operations, including: