Spring storm adds snow to Washington mountains
The effects of the spring storm that blew into Washington Monday are still being felt in the mountains.
The National Weather Service expects another 4-to-8 inches of snow in the Cascades by Tuesday night with the snow level down to 1,500 feet.
The snow brought winter driving conditions to the Cascades passes. The Transportation Department is advising traction tires Tuesday morning on Snoqualmie and Stevens passes. The North Cascades Highway remains closed because of multiple snow slides.