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Before highway one oh one it's over on the right shoulder with lots of lights and emergency crews traffic is solid bell from Martin way our next couple traffic at five forty four time to get your eco roof forecast now and here's meteorologist Shannon o'donnell will take this yeah we certainly well we're definitely enjoying a nice finish to our Wednesday partly sunny skies out there in quiet for the evening commute now on Thursday for most of us it's just going to be bright and sunny in pretty glorious out there partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies and one of the warmer days we've seen in awhile fifties to close to sixty degrees so that's that nice spring fever sore today we've been talking about but it's coming on Thursday not on Friday any longer it's kind of speech dot biz the days have gotten closer that's because Friday's storm is racing in pretty quickly and by the time we had Friday afternoon it's damp out here again so that'll be your finish to the work and school week spotty showers for the final day February which happens to be leap day the twenty ninth on Saturday this year some of the showers may contain little hail or thunder and lightning and highs only in the forty so all the more reason to enjoy those highs near sixty tomorrow will do thank you Shannon we have fifty two in downtown Seattle at five thirty six a doctor who suffered an indescribable lost twenty years ago has found a unique way to express your grief and help others do the same she's the focus of Eric's heroes brought to us by our community partners Seattle goodwill income was Eric Johnson joins us with this Wallingford woman's story and this is really quite touching to Eric it was probably one of the hardest stories I've ever had to tell Lisa because you know she wanted to make sure this wasn't a story about healing because there is no healing it's not a feel good thing about turning your grief into art because that's not what it is and her name is Claire Barnett and clear lost in the year two thousand and Alaska flight two sixty one that crashed off the coast of California she lost her two daughters Cory was eight years old Blake was six years old she also lost her ex husband David his second wife their two children and she also lost one of her dearest friends and her husband and their two children the Pearson family so the loss that she endured was unimaginable ten people who were close to her in her life and this story is about what she did in the aftermath.