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STEVENS PASS WEATHER
Stevens Pass US2 11/21/2017 3:04:19 PM Temperature: 36 °F Elevation Feet: 4061 Elevation Meters: 1238 Eastbound Traction Tires Advised, Oversize Vehicles Prohibited. Westbound Traction Tires Advised, Oversize Vehicles Prohibited. Conditions: The roadway is bare and wet with slush and ice in places Weather: Rain and snow mixed
STEVENS PASS
STEVENS PASS OPENS FOR SKIING TODAY

November 19, 2009

(STEVENS PASS) -- Itís a good day for skiers and snowboarders as the Stevens Pass Ski resort opens for the season today amidst forecasts of much more snow today and tomorrow.

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STEVENS PASS SKI RESORT OPENS THURSDAY

November 17, 2009

(STEVENS PASS) -- Skiers and snowboarders throughout the Sky Valley and Snohomish County are getting their gear together for the opening of Stevens Pass Ski resort.

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WINTER DRIVING CONDITIONS RETURN TO STEVENS PASS

November 13, 2009

(SKY VALLEY) -- With Winter road conditions returning to Stevens and other local mountain passes, the Washington State Patrol recommends these easy and effective winter driving tips:

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SNOW & COLD ON THE WAY

November 13, 2009

(SKY VALLEY) -- We may get a slight dusting of snow here in the foothills of the mighty Cascades late today (Friday) or tonight and up in the mountains some 4 inches of white stuff may fall..

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MISSING HIKER NEAR
STEVENS PASS
FOUND DEAD


October 11, 2009

(STEVENS PASS, WA) -- The search for a missing hiker near Stevens Pass ended sadly when the body of missing Seattle man T.J. Langley was found Saturday afternoon in a remote section of the Glacier Peak Wilderness area according to the Chelan County Sheriff's office said.

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