So where was this during ski season?

In what could be a boost to water supplies this summer, weather experts say a significant storm is expected to roll in from the Pacific, starting Friday night.

It will begin with snow through the Puget Sound area, then dump as much as two feet in the Cascades by Monday. The most snow will likely fall in the Steven Pass area, although most of the Cascades will get at least some snow.

Stevens Pass resort says if enough falls, they will open for skiiers and snowboarders.  The snow level in the Cascades could drop to as low as 2,000 feet.  If the snow is widespread enough and deep enough, it could provide at least a bit of relief for expected drought conditions for this summer.

It all depends upon how much, and how long it will remain in the mountains.


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