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So much for spring

by Tracy Barry

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kgw.com

Posted on February 27, 2007 at 3:31 PM

Updated Wednesday, Nov 4 at 2:33 PM

Don't let those daffodils fool you. Winter is not over yet. Snow is falling hard in the coast range . Enough so drivers are chaining up. Buses and trucks slid off the road on Skyline this morning and we may see a repeat tonight and Wednesday morning.

Matt was kind enough to talk with my daughter Ali's class this morning and I'm sure the possibility of snow was a big topic with the kids.We'll have Matt's forecast at five...as well as team coverage. That means cold reporters bringing us live reports from snowy locations!

The search continues for a missing Wilsonville grandmother. We just can't figure out why someone who crossed paths with her didn't offer to take her home or call her family. Everyone is still holding out hope but the marine patrol was looking along the rivers today.

And in Woodland police are trying to figure out why in the world a 12 year old was driving an SUV before it crashed.

Vince Patton has been up at Bonneville Dam watching the latest hazing efforts for the hungry sealions. And I'm sure you heard about the stockmarket. Brutal day. The worst since 9-11. Business reporter Joe Smith has been talking with local stockbrokers and economists and he'll offer some insights tonight at 6:30.

Try to stay dry and as always thanks for watching.

Tracy Barry

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