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February 24, 2014 at 10:09 AM

Snow, snow, snow in Bellingham and Vancouver, B.C.

It was looking snowy Monday morning at the Peace Arch, at the U.S.-Canada border crossing at Blaine.

It was looking snowy - and empty –  Monday morning at the roadway by Peace Arch, at the U.S.-Canada border crossing at Blaine. (WSDOT photo)

Planning to drive north?  Be ready for snow and more snow.  A winter storm has blanketed Northwest Washington and the Vancouver, B.C., area with snow, making the drive along Interstate 5 and other roads tricky.  Bellingham could get another 3 to 5 inches Monday, and  Vancouver, B.C., could get another 7 inches.

Get travel updates, and see traffic cameras, for Washington at the state Department of Transportation website. For Vancouver, B.C. and elsewhere in British Columbia, see DriveBC.

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