Got snow? Show your photos

It took me almost two hours to get to work this morning. I really shouldn’t be complaining, though: I watched a pickup truck spin and get stuck in a ditch as I was driving north on I-5.

We want to build an online gallery of readers’ snow photos. If you are snapping pictures in your neighborhood, send them my way. Include your full name and town, and a little information about the photo. E-mail me at

To get you going, check out this photo Bill Gillam posted to his Twitter account.

I was hoping the weather will improve before I have to drive back in the evening, but meteorologists are expecting several more inches of snow today. I just looked out the window in my north Everett office and saw that snow began to fall again.

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