More snow expected during Friday evening commute

Snow in the lowlands may mean a somewhat messy commute in King County on Friday evening, February 23. The National Weather Service in Seattle expects accumulation of about an inch before precipitation turns over to rain. The Cascade foothills of eastern King County will see up to six inches of snow, while the mountain passes can expect a foot or more.

King County Metro is operating normally for now, but monitor @kcmetrobus on Twitter for updates or visit www.MetroWinter.com and click on Alerts.

King County will have 50 additional beds available on Friday night at its homeless shelter for men in the Administration Building in downtown Seattle. The shelter opens at 7 p.m., but clients may begin lining up before that. Clients with pets are invited to the shelter in the Jefferson Building, 420 Fourth Ave. in Seattle. Find other shelter options at www.win211.org.