Schoolkids Won’t Know What Unsnarled Traffic Looks Like

Won’t someone think of the kids?

The strongest Northwest storm of the season dumped more snow in the mountains and even some lower elevations after earlier firing gusts up to 80 mph along the coast and knocking out power to thousands in the Seattle and Portland areas.

With 3 feet of snow already delivered by Tuesday morning, the Cascades in Washington were expected to get another 6 inches by Tuesday night and then 8-16 inches on Wednesday.

Wet snow pellets that looked like hail hit an area of south Everett during the Monday evening commute, depositing ice along Interstate 5. That snarled commuter traffic in both directions.

If those people hadn’t been driving fossil fueled vehicles they wouldn’t have warmed the world so much that it snowed.

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4 Responses to “Schoolkids Won’t Know What Unsnarled Traffic Looks Like”

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    And the USSR is experiencing a major nasty deadly cold spell.

    Glad its going to get warmer so we can get more snow.

  2. I’d hate to see what the snow is like if the global temp goes up 2C!

  3. John says:

    “The worst of the season” uhhh is that an important record?

  4. Gumball_Brains says:

    I’d hate to see what the snow is like if the global temp goes up 2C!

    You mean in 200 years? Can you wait that long?

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