North Pierce County, Philip Overflow, Snohomish County discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

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Will continue to fall according to Come on news. Calm. Meteorologists got cystic. Several hours, perhaps into the middle of the afternoon. Snowfall amounts around 4 to 6 in Seattle, There is a chance that it could go more. I have seen some numbers pushed it up toward e. Elsewhere. It could be even deeper up in the Cascade foothills. So we're talking lakes, a mannish and North Bend, you might get a little less in North Pierce County. Charlie Harder. Come on news. Well, maybe an inconvenience to many of us, but the freezing temperatures and snow on the way could be deadly for the homeless. So let's talk about the shelters first in Snohomish County, they are quickly filling up tonight and co most Jonathan choses. Jeremiah's words of the Everett Gospel mission is reporting those locations already struggling with limited space because of the cove in 19 restrictions, hold it and the cold. It's quite a challenging combination and locations like the Gospel mission or start to fill up and people may have to be turned away in this difficult realities. Playing out across the city, the Salvation Army says mattresses are being rolled out. But the shelters near capacity and the United Church of Christ shelter Is already full. And the only reason the ever gospel mission has a few more openings is because crews there are pushing the boundaries of covert 19 social distancing requirements, adding an additional 38 beds for the winter blast. If somebody stays outside The temperature's do dropped to 18 degrees right with snow and all of that they might not wake up tomorrow, the Snohomish County Human Services Department says of shelters. Philip Overflow.

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