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met office warning - unseasonably heavy snow in the Seattle area.

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Washington in new whiteout warnings
07 Oct 2007
The National Weather Service (NWS) has warned that whiteouts could be possible due to unseasonably heavy snow in the Seattle area.

It is predicted that by next Wednesday snow will have affected the region between the Canadian border and central Oregon, encompassing the Washington Cascades, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports.

The snow is expected to cause whiteouts as it will arrive in short heavy downfalls, with between four and eight inches of snow overnight in the Cascades.

However eastern Snohomish County could face seven to ten inches of snow.

In addition, the NWS states that the northern and central Rockies could be set for heavy snowfall on Saturday.
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Snohomish County

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