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Winter advisory canceled after snow fails to show face

Trucks around Western Washington were out early Tuesday morning de-icing the roads. (KIRO 7)

The Winter Weather Advisory that had drivers on high alert Tuesday morning was canceled by the National Weather Service around 8:40 a.m.

The advisory called for up to 3 inches of snow in the lowlands from Tacoma south past Chehalis and Aberdeen east to the Cascades.

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Up to 1 inch of snow was estimated to fall between Bremerton and Seattle and into neighboring communities.

Temperatures were too warm for snow to become a reality.

The canceled advisory doesn’t mean roads weren’t dangerous. Ice created slick surfaces around the Puget Sound region.

Dozens of schools were on two-hour delay Tuesday morning. Many buses were on snow routes.

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Forecast models show Western Washington warming up over the next few days. By Friday, highs will be in the upper-30s. Over the weekend we could see highs in the mid-40s.

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Kipp Robertson

Kipp joined the MyNorthwest.com team in February 2015. He's worked as a reporter in the greater Seattle area since graduating from Western Washington University in 2010. Email Kipp at krobertson@mynorthwest.com

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