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Clouds formed over Chelan’s Wolverine Fire visible in western Washington

(Snohomish, WA) Large clouds borne from the heat and rising thermals of a central Washington wildfire were visible in the Puget Sound area on Tuesday afternoon and early evening. While viewing a Beyond90Seconds Periscope broadcast of the clouds, viewer Brendan Magee commented that he was able to confirm that the clouds were coming from the Wolverine […]

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Old Snohomish Monroe Rd closed on March 9, 2014

Rising water forces closure on Old Snohomish Monroe Road

B-Roll:  Old Snohomish Monroe Rd closure (Snohomish, WA) Standing water on Old Snohomish Monroe Road resulted in the road’s closure Monday evening. Several inches of water stretched across the road near the Pilchuck River crossing. The roadway beneath a railroad bridge was the apparent reason for concern. Beyond90Seconds.com streamed live from the area; first from […]

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Firefighters at early morning house fire in Snohomish County, WA.

Mother and daughter taken to hospital after escaping house fire

(near Snohomish)  A mother and her daughter were treated for possible smoke inhalation following an early morning house fire near Snohomish today. Snohomish County Fire District 1 Public Information Officer Leslie Hynes says firefighters were dispatched to the 5600 block of 134th Place SE around 12:30 this morning. Four people and a cat managed to […]

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Car in ditch on Broadway Avenue, Snohomish, WA

A snowy weekend in February

On Saturday afternoon in western Washington, a local television station tweeted that areas north of Tacoma were only expected to get a trace of snow overnight. That forecast received some quick adjustments by early evening as snow began to blanket Seattle, Lynnwood, Everett, Snohomish, Lake Stevens and nearby areas. Much of those northern locals received […]

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