Winter’s Not Giving Up, Be Prepared

It's still winter and Western Washington is expected to get another dose of cold air and snow over the next few days. Make sure you're ready. Visit www.TakeWinterByStorm.org to get preparedness tips, including a checklist of the items you should have in an emergency kit for your home and car.

It’s still winter and Western Washington is expected to get another dose of cold air and snow over the next few days. Make sure you’re ready. Visit www.TakeWinterByStorm.org to get preparedness tips, including a checklist of the items you should have in an emergency kit for your home and car.

The National Weather Service says cold air will push its way down from Canada into Western Washington starting Wednesday. That means we could have slushy conditions Wednesday afternoon, followed by freezing temperature with ice and snow.

In the event of power outages, Seattle City Light will work to restore service as quickly as possible. You can track outages on our system status map at www.seattle.gov/light/sysstat .