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Seattle Public Schools closed tomorrow, more snow on the way | The Roosevelt Neighborhood Blog

Seattle Public Schools closed tomorrow, more snow on the way

Despite the panic and subsequent no-show of the snow today, the National Weather Service says the worst is yet to come:

A very significant winter storm will move into Western Washington early Wednesday morning, bringing as much as 6-14 inches of snow to the Southwest Interior and Central Washington Coast, and 5-10 inches to the metro areas of the Central Puget Sound region. Lowland snowfall will be somewhat less for the northern portions of Western Washington. Western Whatcom county will see strong winds, 20 to 30 mph with gusts as high as 50 mph. In addition to heavy lowland snow, this storm will produce heavy mountain snow and increasing avalanche danger over the Olympic and Cascade mountains.

The Mayor is also urging residents to be prepared.

Closures and Schedule Changes for January 18:

  • King County Metro will be on snow routes until further notice and they have canceled the following routes for tomorrow: 2EX, 38, 42, 45, 46, 51, 53, 79, 114, 161, 162, 175, 192, 193, 197, 205, 210, 215, 216, 219, 224, 237, 251, 268, 277, 316, 355
  • Seattle Public Schools are closed tomorrow. No before or after-school care or activities.

Here are some additional resources that might come in handy:


Important Phone Numbers for Seattle Residents:

  • Call 911 for life or property threatening emergencies.
  • Power, sewer, water, drainage: (206) 684-3000
  • Blockage below street surface: (206) 386-1800
  • Fallen trees: (206) 386-1218
  • Roadway obstructions: (206) 386-1218
  • Traffic signal problems: (206) 386-1206
  • Landslides: (206) 684-8950
  • Electrical outage hotline: (206) 684-7400
  • Temporary shelter: (866) 427-4747
  • King County Damage Report Hotline: (800) 523-5044