Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Ready for more snow action in Clallam, Jefferson counties

Above, state Department of Transportation maintenance specialist Geoff McLain prepares to take a snowplow-equipped truck out onto the highway from the Port Angeles maintenance yard Tuesday. Work continues to clear the aftermath of Sunday’s snow while forecasters are looking ahead at the possibility of more snow this weekend for areas of northwest Washington, including the North Olympic Peninsula.

Below, most of the snow and ice has melted in Port Townsend, but there are still some roads that need attention. On Tuesday, Carl Johnson and Chris McDonald of the city of Port Townsend Public Works Department were working on ice removal and sanding in the shady sections of Discovery Road. Johnson said the department is beginning to gear up for the next weather event.

Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News

Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News

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