Weather Updates For Tuesday February 5th

February 5, 2019


We’ll try to pass along relevant updates throughout the day here.

5:22 AM and the temperature is 18 degrees:
Everett Schools are closed
Mukilteo Schools are closed
Everett Community College is closed
WSU Everett is closed

6:30 AM and the temperature is 18 degrees:
Carl Gipson Senior Center is closed
Snohomish County campus opens late at 10:00 AM
Everett Transit is running on snow routes
Community Transit operating average of 50 minutes behind

7:30 AM and the temperature is 17 degrees:
No garbage pick up today from Rubatino or Waste Management Rubatino says double amount okay next week no charge
United Way office and tax sites are closed. If you know someone needing assistance call 2-1-1
Downtown Everett Library will open at 11 AM

8:30 AM and the temperature is 19 degrees:
Everett Parks advises the swim center, golf courses and Kasch are all closed this morning.
Far fewer traffic accidents today but roads are still very icy especially the neighborhood side streets

10:00 AM and the temperature is 26 degrees


Lights out mean intersections = 4 way stop

About 1800 people without power in southwest Everett

1:00 PM and the temperature is 33 degrees

The Port of Everett Commissioners meeting has been cancelled and rescheduled to next week
The Everett Planning Commission meeting has been cancelled and rescheduled to next week

4:15 PM and the temperature is 33 degrees
Here is the latest update just received from Everett Public Works and FYI there is salt in the mix
Our Public Works crews keep on working day and night to clear snow and ice from the roads throughout Everett, working 24 hours a day since Sunday afternoon! As of 8 a.m. this morning, they had covered 1,100 miles of Everett roads and laid more than 430 cubic yards of salted sand with their six plows. Last night, crews spent most of their time on arterials and secondary streets, with an emphasis on hills. Public Works staff have also been working behind the scenes monitoring traffic cameras and phone calls from Everett residents to help dispatch crews to locations where plows are most needed. Public Works staff will continue to work 24 hours a day until conditions improve. Many thanks to Public Works for working non-stop after this snow storm!

There is still compact snow and ice on many roads, and some roads remain icy. Snow plows cannot plow compact snow and ice to the asphalt until heat from the sun and salt breaks it up. This is why plowed streets may not look bare. Temperatures are expected to dip back down into the teens tonight – please use caution! If you have concerns about a specific location, please call our Public Works dispatch at 425-257-8832 to share your observations.

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