Sunday Evening Everett Snow Updates

January 12, 2020


This was in the area of 5th and Casino. Submitted by a reader.

Update: Snow stopped around 11:30 PM with accumulations nearing 5 inches in parts of Everett. At one point there were more than 2000 customers of Snohomish PUD without power and crews have been responding to wires down calls and a couple of car-pole crashes. Everett Public Works have multiple plows and sanding trucks to try and get ahead of any major trouble spots before the morning commute.

Everett has scattered power outages due to the weather

8:00 PM Update: Starting to see power outages around Everett as Snohomish PUD works to replace some power poles after damages in crashes and wires down due to snow. Hearing of many disabled vehicles in the area of the Boeing Freeway near Broadway. Terminal Airports is reporting delays at Paine Field in Everett as crews try to keep the runway clear. They are advising to check with your airline prior to heading to the airport.

The look at 7 PM.

7:00 PM Update: A car into a pole injury crash has shut down Mulilteo Blvd between Dogwood and 42nd street.

Emergency response vehicles from Everett Fire and the local ambulance companies are chaining up.

There are many reports of blocking disabled vehicles across Everett and emergency management officials are advising you to staff off the roads if you don’t have to out this evening.

The Everett traffic camera network is a great way to track the snow across Everett.

Snow began falling in earnest around 5:30 PM in Everett, Washington.

No early reports of issues. The cold weather shelter will be open in Everett tonight.

We’ll update here as we hear if any incidents of note.

The Everett Traffic Camera Map is a great way to track the snowfall across the city.

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