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November 29, 2010

 

Batten down the hatches, sharpen those snow shovels…and stretch. Don’t forget to stretch. You’ll need it.
 
After a couple day reprieve, Mother Nature stands to hit the Wenatchee Valley with another haymaker this afternoon. The National Weather Service issued a “Hazardous Weather Outlook” for the Cascades eastward. Expect four to eight inches of snow on the Wenatchee Valley floor and up to 14 inches of snow in the passes between tonight and Tuesday afternoon.  One bright spot in the forecast is that while we'll feel the snow, it won't be accompanied by the bone-chilling cold we felt just one week ago.  Daytime highs this week are expected in the upper 20's to low 30's.
  
Click on the link above for a conversation between KOHO’s Clint Strand and the National Weather Service’s Mark Turner about the imminent snowy weather.

 

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