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Andie Spencer, a barista at the Lincoln Street Coffee Pot in Port Angeles, hands a drink order to a customer in a snow-covered car on Wednesday after the city received a dusting of snow overnight at sea level. Higher elevations reported up to 2 inches of snow. Areas across the North Olympic Peninsula, including in Forks and Port Townsend, received little snow overnight. Scattered periods of snow with cold temperatures are expected into early next week across the Peninsula.

Keith Thorpe / Peninsula Daily News Andie Spencer, a barista at the Lincoln Street Coffee Pot in Port Angeles, hands a drink order to a customer in a snow-covered car on Wednesday after the city received a dusting of snow overnight at sea level. Higher elevations reported up to 2 inches of snow. Areas across the North Olympic Peninsula, including in Forks and Port Townsend, received little snow overnight. Scattered periods of snow with cold temperatures are expected into early next week across the Peninsula.

Light snowfall

Andie Spencer, a barista at the Lincoln Street Coffee Pot in Port Angeles, hands a drink order to a customer in a snow-covered car on Wednesday after the city received a dusting of snow overnight at sea level.

Higher elevations reported up to 2 inches of snow. Areas across the North Olympic Peninsula, including in Forks and Port Townsend, received little snow overnight.

Scattered periods of snow with cold temperatures are expected into early next week across the Peninsula.

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