Winter storm continues surge through Pullman

Snow expected through finals week

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EMMA LEDBETTER | THE DAILY EVERGREEN

Snow storms expected to continue in the weeks following

BRANDON WILLMAN, Evergreen reporter

Winter storm warnings continue to be in effect for Pullman as snowfall will continue throughout the week.

Snow is expected through Monday night and will pick up again on Thursday. Consistent snow showers are expected through Dec. 18, according to the National Weather Service.

Travel should be limited to necessary trips; if students and community members can stay home, it is advised they do so, Pullman Transit said.

Bus routes are planned to run as expected, but updates will be posted to the Pullman Transit website and social media if and when routes are affected, they said.

One to three inches of snow through Monday is expected, and road conditions will be impacted. During finals week, anywhere from half an inch to one inch of snow is expected daily and will impact travel out of Pullman for the break, according to the Weather Channel.

Classes intend to stay open despite the weather conditions and function normally and still, regardless of the status of classes, Facilities Services, dining and WSU Police Department will remain on campus, according to WSU.

When clearing a driveway, sidewalk or parking lot, Pullman City Code prohibits pushing snow or ice into the public right-of-way, according to Pullman PD.