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Snowmageddon 2.0, round one?

The unsung heroes: local police and fire, public works, and snow plows


Last updated 1/28/2020 at 2:37pm

Photo courtesy of Laura Sheridan

Side streets were layered with snow and ice, especially in the Seawatch neighborhood on Chennault Beach Road.

Three full days without school, one late start, and then MLK Day on Monday-the students of Mukilteo are thriving.

Kids flocked to 92nd Street Park, Harbour Pointe Golf Course, Mukilteo Elementary, and Forest Park to partake in sledding activities after a full night of snow starting Jan. 12.

Several inches of snow covered the ground last week. It started Sunday and continued until the 16th. The temperatures consistently stayed above freezing during the day. At night, the temperatures dropped to the upper 20s.

Snow and water on the roads froze overnight. The Mukilteo Speedway, and other road...

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