Snowfall Blankets Olympic Peninsula After Storm Hits Pacific Northwest

StoryfulWeatherPublished: February 8, 2019Updated: February 9, 2019
Published: February 8, 2019Updated: February 9, 2019

Snow blanketed Agnew on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula after the second storm in a week dumped several inches on the state on Friday, February 8. This video, originally posted to Twitter, shows a road completely covered as snowflakes fall. The uploader reported 7.5 inches were already on the ground at the time he recorded. The heavy snow has impacted traffic in Washington, including in Seattle, for the second time in a week. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning covering areas stretching from Seattle to Port Angeles. The advisory warned of wind gusts up to 45 miles per hour and snow accumulations of eight inches. Credit: Steve Smith via Storyful

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