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TRAVEL ALERT: Chains Required On Snoqualmie Pass

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TRAVEL ALERT: It's snowing on Snoqualmie Pass....we're predicting 5 to 7 inches of snow today. Chains are required.

Today: Mostly cloudy skies with off and on snow flurries starting late this morning and lasting into the afternoon. High Temperatures: 30°

Tonight: The moisture that made for some flurries today will start to move south of the region tonight. As we clear up, temperatures will drop. Prepare for a cold start to Tuesday morning. Low: 17°

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