A pedestrian walks along a section of the Waterfront Trail east of downtown Port Angeles as a light snow falls on Thursday afternoon. Many areas of the North Olympic Peninsula were delivered with a taste of winter weather with additional snowfall expected across the region this weekend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A pedestrian walks along a section of the Waterfront Trail east of downtown Port Angeles as a light snow falls on Thursday afternoon. Many areas of the North Olympic Peninsula were delivered with a taste of winter weather with additional snowfall expected across the region this weekend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Wintry walk

A pedestrian walks along a section of the Waterfront Trail east of downtown Port Angeles as a light snow falls on Thursday afternoon.

Beth Witter, co-owner of Cabled Fiber & Yarn, sweeps a coating of snow from the sidewalk in front of her business and several others on Thursday morning in downtown Port Angeles. Many areas on the North Olympic Peninsula received a coating of snow on starting on Wednesday afternoon at the beginning of what could be several days of winter weather. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Beth Witter, co-owner of Cabled Fiber & Yarn, sweeps a coating of snow from the sidewalk in front of her business and several others on Thursday morning in downtown Port Angeles. Many areas on the North Olympic Peninsula received a coating of snow on starting on Wednesday afternoon at the beginning of what could be several days of winter weather. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Many areas of the North Olympic Peninsula were delivered with a taste of winter weather with additional snowfall expected across the region this weekend.

Snow covers the octopus sculpture at Port Angeles City Pier on Thursday. Many areas of the North Olympic Peninsula were delivered with a taste of winter weather on Wednesday night into Thursday with additional snowfall expected across the region this weekend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Snow covers the octopus sculpture at Port Angeles City Pier on Thursday. Many areas of the North Olympic Peninsula were delivered with a taste of winter weather on Wednesday night into Thursday with additional snowfall expected across the region this weekend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

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