We already saw our first snow in Yakima. It wasn't much, but it was enough to cause some delay, annoyance, give some new drives first experience in real-time snow traffic, and we got to find out who just moved here from California based on how they're driving.

But then the snow just went away. It came, saw, and flew the proverbial coop.

We had some rain for a bit. It would have been snow if it was colder but it does beg the question, when are we getting more snow.

Snow Showers
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Well, there are a few more chances of snow here in the next couple of weeks.

The next chance as of now is coming this weekend on Saturday. Not sure what your big Saturday plans are but it's something to keep in mind if you're thinking of using this Saturday to drive around town or maybe even drive out of town to get some shopping done.

After this weekend we're back to normal with more snow possibilities Wednesday through Friday, December 13-15.
It's looking like a snow and rain mix which is a dangerous combination on the roads. Please be safe during those times. That week and leading into the following week it's looking like temperatures are in the upper 30s.

Are we going to have a White Christmas? It's hard to tell right now, but it's looking pretty bleak.

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