VIDEO | Snoqualmie Falls roaring after weeks of heavy Spring rain

My daughter said to me today: "Sometimes I forget we live right by a water fall. That's pretty cool." It is. After some serious rain in the Snoqualmie Valley during the first two weeks of April - we're … [Read more...]

Avalanches in Cascades claim five lives in one week; ‘danger in many areas still high’

It was another weekend of tragic avalanches in the Cascades. For the second consecutive weekend, an avalanche near Cle Elum claimed the lives of snowmobilers. This time the slide happened in the popular … [Read more...]

Crazy weather makes mess of some Snoqualmie Valley roads Tuesday night; military convoy springs to action at accident scene

It was a crazy night on the roads around the Snoqualmie Valley Tuesday evening, February 27, 2018 when a strong convergence zone set up shop right over the I-90 corridor during peak commute hours. On I-90 … [Read more...]

Avalanche claims life of Issaquah man near Stampede Pass, Mirror Lake area

Members from the Kittitas County Sheriff's Search & Rescue responded to the Stampede Pass area Sunday afternoon, February 25, 2018 when five snowmobilers were swept in an avalanche while eating lunch at the … [Read more...]

Another Winter Weather Advisory issued: 6 inches snow possible in Snoqualmie Valley

Brrr. It's cold. So...rinse and repeat. The National Weather Service has issued another Winter Weather Advisory for the Snoqualmie Valley (i.e. East Puget Sound foothills), with the potential for a decent … [Read more...]

Wind and then maybe Snow as Winter Weather Advisory Issued

[Article by Mark Davis of] Just when we may have been thinking we were out of the woods for some snow In the Valley - after hitting almost 60° about 8 days ago, - we now have a … [Read more...]

Ready for more Wind, Rain? Fall in full swing as High Wind Warning issued

[Article by North Bend resident Mark Davis who operates] UPDATE |  NOVEMBER 13TH, 8:30AM The National Weather Service changed the Wind Advisory (detailed below) to High Wind … [Read more...]

Excessive Heat Warning issued as 5-day heat wave approaches the Snoqualmie Valley

It hasn't rained since June during this summer dominated by sunshine and warmth, so obviously Mother Nature feels like throwing in a twist. Ready for the heat? It looks like a four-day heat wave (at least by … [Read more...]

Summer roars in: heat advisory issued, air-conditioned spots open to public

Hello Summer! Is your backyard blow up pool or slip-and-slide up yet? Temperatures are expected to soar to and above 90 degrees this weekend in the Snoqualmie Valley. In response to the National Weather … [Read more...]

King County warns of cold, dangerous river conditions, urges caution

After experiencing the wettest winter on record and the coldest winter in more than 30 years and with a Cascade Range snowpack that is well above average for late-May, the forecast of sunshine and temperatures … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Schools on two-hour late start, February 28th

After surprise, heavy snow Monday evening, the Snoqualmie Valley School District said schools will open late, Tuesday, February 28, 2017, with buses on snow (i.e. limited transportation) routes. According to … [Read more...]

Heavy surprise snow closes Snoqualmie Parkway Mondy evening, brings traffic to halt

UPDATE | FEBRUARY 27TH, 8:30PM Snoqualmie Parkway is open now in both directions between I-90 and SR 202. Snow plows continue to work and police officers are directing traffic. WB SR 18 is closed to clear … [Read more...]

Snow Day Encore! District explains decision to close schools February 7th

UPDATE |  February 7th, 5:40PM Many people were asking what drove the seemingly last minute change regarding the status of SVSD schools on Tuesday, February 7th - from a two-hour delay to a full closure … [Read more...]

High Wind Warning Thursday; chance of snow, freezing rain Friday morning

The National Weather Service (NWS) extended a High Wind Warning for Cascade foothill areas until 12AM, February 3rd, saying  the pressure gradients that cause gap wind events (low pressure off shore and high … [Read more...]

High winds roll through Snoqualmie Valley over weekend, 60mph gusts, trees down, power out to some

UPDATE |  January 8th, 4:45pm A resident reported a tree down on a power line on Tokul Road in Snoqualmie, with the tree on fire. Power was out about 150 customers in this area. Another resident reported … [Read more...]