Winter Storm Maya Arrives in the Pacific Northwest

Winter Storm Maya Arrives in the Pacific Northwest

The Latest on winter weather in parts of the U.S. Then on Monday, Yuhas says there will be some sunshine during the day but then more snow will arrive in the evening hours. In the central part of the state, snow drifts blocked roads and forced the closure of US 2 and Interstate 90, in addition to causing multiple vehicle crashes.

If that wasn't enough, there's a possibility of more snow for Seattle Sunday into Monday.

Around 50,000 people lost power.

Friday: Cloudy with scattered showers likely in the afternoon.

The heaviest snow is expected to come Tuesday morning and afternoon, potentially making travel hard across much of northern Wisconsin, the Weather Service said.

The GTA and much of southern Ontario could be in for another bout of messy weather with a winter storm system expected to hit the region Tuesday.




The rest of the week could likely be wet as well, with a chance of rain Wednesday morning and more likely all day Friday and Saturday, according to the weather service. A California man died in rough waters off of Maui on Friday, Hawaii News Now reported. A 59-year-old man died February 7 from exposure at a Seattle light rail station. Rescuers brought him to shore and unsuccessfully performed CPR.

About 200 flights were canceled at Seattle-Tacoma and Portland worldwide airports on Saturday, roughly matching the number of Friday cancellations.

Severe snow drifts shut down Interstate 90 and other roads in central Washington.

Cities along the Washington-Oregon border near Portland are within the zones that may get more than three feet of snow in total.

Light snow started early Friday in the northern Cascade foothills and was expected to reach Snohomish County by noon before moving into King County and metro Seattle.

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