Winter Storm Watch Updated 3 PM 2/10/21

A Winter Storm Watch remains in effect from 10 AM Thursday to 10 PM Friday. Forecaster are predicting “heavy snow” with snow accumulations of 2 to 13 inches possible.

Snow is expected to develop by late Thursday morning and continue into Friday morning. The heaviest period of snow is expected to be Thursday evening.

Travel could be “very difficult” in the Southwest Interior, Hood Canal area, Lower Chehalis Valley Area, Tacoma Area, and the Cascades of Pierce and Lewis Counties.

Snow remains in the forecast through Sunday night before turning to rain on Monday.

Predicted snow accumulations:

Wed. NightThurs.Thurs. NightFri. Fri. NightSat.
Belfairless than half inch1 to 2 inches1 to 3 inches1 to 3 inches4 to 8 inches1 to 3 inches
Tahuyaless than half inchabout 1 inch1 to 2 inches1 to 2 inches4 to 8 inches1 to 3 inches
Unionless than half inch1 to 2 inches1 to 3 inches1 to 2 inches5 to 9 inches1 to 3 inches
Hoodsportless than half inch1 to 2 inches1 to 3 inches1 to 2 inches4 to 8 inches1 to 2 inches
Sheltonnone1 to 3 inches1 to 3 inches1 to 3 inches4 to 8 inches1 to 3 inches
Matlocknone1 to 3 inches1 to 3 inches1 to 3 inches6 to 10 inches2 to 4 inches
Kamilchenone1 to 3 inches1 to 3 inches1 to 3 inches4 to 8 inches1 to 3 inches
Harstine Islandnone1 to 2 inches1 to 3 inches1 to 3 inches4 to 8 inches1 to 3 inches
Allynless than half inch1 to 2 inches1 to 3 inches1 to 2 inches4 to 8 inches1 to 3 inches