After fleeting snow flurries teased much of Clark County over the holiday weekend, forecasters predict another system will bring a strong dose of wintry weather during the next couple of days.
Most of Clark County struck out on getting snow Sunday, but there’s still a chance that snow is on the way, the National Weather Service says.
A shot of wintry weather arrived in Clark County late Tuesday, prompting a series of warnings ahead of what could be messy morning travel conditions at high elevations.
A t-bone crash on Padden Parkway was reported around 12:45 p.m. near the intersection of Padden Parkway and Northeast 94th Avenue.
Columbian weather blogger Steve Pierce says: Maybe it is just me, but doesn’t it seem interesting that every time there is a big snowstorm possible for Portland or Seattle it becomes extremely hard for some folks to let go of the “hype” once it has started, even when the data suggests otherwise?