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February 7, 2014 at 6:16 AM

Snow causing school closures, traffic problems in some areas

Snow showers in the South Sound area have caused several districts to close or have delays.

Snow also has been reported on the ground in Bellingham and south toward Lynnwood.

Go to schoolreport.org for a list of closures.

Forecasters say this week’s frigid temperatures in Washington should moderate slowly through the weekend and return to a normal weather pattern next week.

The National Weather Service says another inch or two of snow is likely Friday night and Saturday in southwest Washington, south of Tacoma, when weak systems run into lingering cold air.

Light snow also is forecast through the weekend in Eastern Washington where temperatures are forecast to remain below freezing until next week.

In Western Washington, forecasters say rain will return next week with highs in the 40s.

The National Weather Service has the latest forecast for Seattle.

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