Listen: Shannon O'donnell And KOMO And KOMO discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Your next. Komo traffic at five fourteen Shannon, O'Donnell has your KOMO forecast. Laughter's a mixture. Rain and snow this morning Monday afternoon has been a beauty, but after dark it's going to get plenty cold with most of his dropping into the thirties. If not the twenties and many homes still without power. So that's a cold long night here in the middle of winter to get through without a way to keep warm. We're also seeing those gusty easterly Cascadia win starting to rip down the sides of the mountains into communities like Essequibo and black diamond. So get ready for some roars to about thirty to fifty miles per hour in those communities that are closer to the foothills into our Monday night and Tuesday morning Tuesday, mid day. The rain returns it may start again. It's a mixed rain and snow on the east side. But quickly changed over to rain in the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell. Forty five degrees in Seattle at five. Oh, six. The King County sheriff's office is searching for a hit and run driver. After a deputy was hurt in white center. This afternoon it all began as a shoplifting investigation at Safeway on twenty eight th avenue south the deputy hit by the suspect's vehicle that deputy is expected to be okay after suffering. What's described as a non life threatening leg injury. There's. No playing at paradise due to the federal government shutdown until it's over mount rainier national park is closed to visitors. Come most."