Listen: Shannon O'donnell, Windstorms And Macy discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"And the weather right now is indeed much nicer than it was over the weekend. Shannon O'Donnell joining easy to improve on that. Right. We are. Nice and quiet. It's going to be called the temperatures dropping down to about freezing. And most of the big communities, and then twenty s in the outlying areas, which is cold and typical in the winter, but extra brutal. If you don't have power, which so many people still don't don't have heat. So keep warm tonight. It's also going to get gusty again, I'm afraid and this is just the winter of windstorms. Now, the wind will not be an issue for everybody. But we're going to see Cascadia wins. Those those gap wins that just funneled through the passes and come winding down those narrow gaps in the mountains and just whistle through communities like Issaquah black diamond claw, those start howling early. Tomorrow morning continue all day tomorrow. Easterly winds near the foothills twenty to fifty miles per hour. So again here we go again at the same time. The rain increases tomorrow it may start as some wet snow in those same foothills spots that are windy. Macy's some wet snow flying sideways before the cold air scoured out. So gets Missy again."