The Seattle school district will be on a two-hour delayed start on Wednesday morning, and all buses will be on snow routes.
Schools will start two hours later than usual tomorrow, Wed., Feb. 6. Buses on snow routes; no door-to-door service; no preschool; no before school activities. Conditions will be reassessed early Wednesday morning. See full update: https://t.co/r135xwggu4 #SPSConnects pic.twitter.com/uTE8tqeyVb
— Seattle Public Schools (@SeaPubSchools) February 6, 2019
The snow routes stick primarily to roads that are maintained by the City of Seattle — stop locations and times can differ, and no door-to-door pickups will happen unless prearranged.
The school district says they mailed letters to parents in November detailing the snow routes — call 206-252-0900 to find out where those routes are for each area.
Temperatures are supposed to head back to mild tomorrow with a predicted high of 40 degrees, but another snowstorm seems to be in the works for Friday and Saturday, with varying snowfall predictions.
Preliminary but Uncertain Friday – Saturday #wasnow estimates:
❄️~1" along the coast & SW interior
❄️A few inches in the north interior
❄️3-6" around the Sound
❄️6+" in the Cascades
Very possible a few spots see little to no snow and that some areas see more than 6". #wawx
— NWS Seattle (@NWSSeattle) February 6, 2019
We’ll keep you updated on any Ballard specific snow updates. And, as always, you can share your snow photos to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll add them to our photo posts.