Which Seattle hairdryers will be affected by the snowstorm?
A snowstorm is expected to dump as much as five inches of snow in Seattle over the next few days.
The storm, which is forecast to arrive Tuesday evening, is forecasted to bring freezing rain, strong winds and hail in Seattle and northern Washington.
The Seattle Department of Transportation says it is issuing snow plows and snow blowers, as well as detouring on Interstate 5 south of Seattle.
Here’s a look at what you need to know about the storm:WHEN WILL IT RAISE THE DEBT?
Snow will likely fall in the next two days, according to the Seattle Department.
The snow is expected Tuesday night.
By Thursday, snow will have fallen in areas that are not currently affected by heavy snow.
The most likely area for accumulation is within 5 to 10 miles of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the department said.
The highest accumulation is near Seattle-Everett International Airport.HOW MUCH CAN YOU SPEND ON SNOW PLOWS?
There are no snow plow rates available.
The city is asking residents to buy a snowplow for $5 and buy snow tires for $1.
The tires should last for a year.
The city is also encouraging people to use a variety of options for snow removal, including shoveling and pulling snow out of their driveway.HOW WILL I KNOW IF MY HOME IS GOING TO GET SNOW?
It will be a difficult time to see if your home is going to get snow in your neighborhood, according the Seattle Weather.
The Department of Emergency Management recommends that you visit the Seattle Emergency Operations Center website and fill out a form, which you can print and return to the emergency operations center.
The form can be filled out at the same time as you check your mail.
The storm will also affect your phone bills and the cost of utility bills, the Seattle Times reported.
In the meantime, it’s important to stay home.
The Washington Department of Health says a snow storm is not expected to impact the public health, nor does it cause any significant economic disruption.HOW DO I GET INTO THE SNOWPLOW WORKSHOP?
You can find the Seattle Snowplow Shop in the Seattle neighborhood of Mountlake Terrace.
The shop is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To order, call 206-685-5226 or visit snowplowsnow.com.HOW LONG WILL THE SNOOP WILL LAST?
Snow plows will be out in Seattle, Pierce County, King County, Snohomish County, Washington, Washington and Pierce County on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
They will continue to be out for several weeks.WHAT’S IN YOUR RATINGS?
The Seattle Department said the average temperature for Tuesday night was a chilly 23 degrees.
The average temperature Wednesday was a frosty 19 degrees.
The average for Wednesday morning was a sunny 18 degrees.HOW MANY ARE SNOW STORMS HAPPENING?
Snow storms in the Puget Sound region are not unusual, according a study from the University of Washington.
In 2005, a storm dumped about three feet of snow and ice in Seattle.
That storm caused damage to more than 2,000 homes and caused significant disruption to air travel in the city.
The study also found that Seattle has the highest percentage of homes with snow on their roofs.