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The coldest temperatures of the season, along with the possibility of snow, are expected in the Puget Sound region later this week. With some Arctic air funneling into Western Washington through the mountain passes, high temperatures for North Bend are only predicted to hover near freezing this Thursday – Saturday, with lows temperatures in the low 20s.
With snowflakes prominently featured in most weather apps this week, if/when there is a need for City snowplows, the Public Works Department will work to maintain both primary and secondary City snowplow routes.
Follow these tips so your streets are accessible for City plows (when needed) to help ensure our roads can be cleared:
Note: City policy is to not use anti-icer/de-icer on streets due to the concern for the Snoqualmie aquifer, drinking water quality, and potential adverse impact to public health. The City’s sand has salt mixed within it to expedite the thaw. It is also City policy to not provide sand on flat streets.