Scene in Lynnwood: Slick maneuver

    City of Lynnwood Streets crews rescued a shopping cart from a frozen Sprague Pond Sunday, placed there by a person unknown. “Reminder — don’t go out. The ice isn’t thick enough and frozen ponds are dangerous,” the city said in a Sunday afternoon tweet. (Photo courtesy @LynnwoodStreets on Twitter)

    As the region braced for more snow and ice during the Monday morning commute, the Edmonds School District announced that schools would be closed and Edmonds Community College said that classes and activities were canceled.

    The Lynnwood Library will open later, at 11 a.m. Monday, although Sno-Isle Libraries says that schedule could change depending on weather conditions. Visit to learn more.

    The National Weather Service says that Sunday night’s snowfall could bring up to 1 to 3 more inches in our area. That weather system will be immediately followed by another on Monday that could add another 2-4 inches of snow, the weather service says.

    You can learn more by visiting Enter your ZIP code in the box at the left to get a forecast specifically for your area.


    1. Good thing they did not go out, we lost a teenager over ten years ago named Seth out on Martha lake because of that very thing.

    2. Ah, I saw the kids who did that. Didn’t think it was something that could potentially prompt someone onto the ice.


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