A treacherous ice storm has brought life in the Pacific Northwest to a halt.
The Seattle Times is reporting that a quarter-inch of ice fell in the city. Videos of cars and pedestrians sliding on ice have gone viral across the internet.
The ski resorts east of Seattle were hoping to be spared, but the historic ice storm left the entire region covered in a slick coating.
Stevens Pass, the popular ski are owned and operated by Vail Resorts, announced that they will not open today (12/26/22) due to hazardous road conditions on the pass.
Check out the photo captured yesterday afternoon:
To all of our friends in the Pacific Northwest- please stay safe if you’re hitting the roads today!