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First snowfall of the winter on the Washington Coast

Updated: 12/6/2013 4:40pm

Snow isn’t rare on the low lands of the Olympic Peninsula. When it does snow all the way down to the sea-level, we all stop and pause to look at a beach no longer the color of sand, but instead a dusting of white.

This morning we were lucky enough to get some snow, from Olympia to Westport, with Kalaloch, Queets and LaPush and getting a little dusting. Since we get giddy with snow, we woke up early to grab some webcam shots of the snow around the Peninsula. Enjoy!

 

The City of Westport with Fresh Snow

The City of Westport with Fresh Snow

This morning at Hurricane Ridge

This morning at Hurricane Ridge

The Elwha River with new snow

The Elwha River with new snow

Snow beach at Kalaloch

Snow beach at Kalaloch

The Sol Duc all snowy.

The Sol Duc all snowy.

LaPush's First Beach with fresh snow

LaPush’s First Beach with fresh snow

 

Sunset at Kalaloch Lodge

Sunset at Kalaloch Lodge

 

The now frozen Beaver Ponds at McLane Creek

The now frozen Beaver Ponds at McLane Creek

A rotting Chum salmon, lightly covered with a dusting of snow. McLane Creek

A rotting Chum salmon, lightly covered with a dusting of snow. McLane Creek

 

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