Capitol Hill wakes up to a wet Wednesday Wonderland

A man waits for the bus along 15th Ave E. The 10 arrived mostly on schedule a few minutes later. (Image: CHS)

The highest points on Capitol Hill had a drippy wet layer of snow Wednesday morning as forecasted flakes started falling in the early morning hours. The forecast calls for warming temperatures to shift things over to rain before noon. In the meantime, expect a slower than normal commute. Or sleepy morning. Or whatever you are expecting.

All roads were wet and open as of 5:30 AM and bus service had not yet been affected by the falling snow. Snow plows had been spotted roaming the streets starting Monday night as forecasts for snow first hit the area.

Temperatures are predicted to remain above freezing in coming days so go outside now to get your Winter Wonderland fix.


 

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