Thursday, the Kennewick School District released more information about some upcoming days that in other years, would have had early releases. But they won't due to efforts to make up days lost to the snow.
According to the National Weather Service, a front out of Alaska is moving south and will hit Washington tonight and tomorrow. Snow is expected in the mountain ranges including Snoqualamie Pass. Inches of snow possible, and mid to heave rains may make it to the Tri-Cities...
One of the harshest winters in years has destroyed or damaged many Benton County roads, some are closed short-term, several probably won't be fixed for months. For those who don't travel into the outlying areas, these pictures are the first visuals of just how hard nature has been.
Officials with Columbia Marine Center in Pasco, and city officials say the frozen dock that's listing like the Titanic due to weight of snow and ice will have to be replaced, once the weather clears and the winter thaws. Dock shown in warmer weather.