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The extermination of all human life at Snoqualmie Pass:

November 22 2016 at 4:32 PM
Mikey  (Login Mikey_from_Acres)
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It's forecast to snow a few inches on Thursday, Thanksgiving day. So you know what that means: the almost certain extermination of all human life at Snoqualmie Pass. This will be the hugest snowmageddon in the planet's history. The time to panic is NOW. Get out while you still can. THINK OF THE CHILDREN!

I found this on WSDOT's web site. Is this really "new" information? Does it work?


Mountain passes

In the mountains, State Route 123 Cayuse Pass (elevation 4,675 feet), State Route 20 North Cascades Highway (elevation 5,477 feet) and Chinook Pass (elevation 5,430 feet) remain open as of Nov. 17, but the status can change quickly. On Snoqualmie Pass (elevation 3,022), a new service will send text alerts for pass delays 30 minutes or longer – text “wsdot snoqualmie” to 468311 to subscribe, and “wsdot stop” to unsubscribe.

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