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!