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A stranded driver waits in his car as it sits in the ditch tilted above the ground on Tracyton Boulevard NW Thursday. More snow for the region is expected on Sunday. - Jesse Beals/Bremerton Patriot
A stranded driver waits in his car as it sits in the ditch tilted above the ground on Tracyton Boulevard NW Thursday. More snow for the region is expected on Sunday.
— image credit: Jesse Beals/Bremerton Patriot

A winter storm watch has been issued for Western Washington this weekend, meaning snow and cold will be accompanied by high winds Saturday night and Sunday.

The high winds forecast this weekend may lead to power outages in some parts of King County.

There is a chance of snow Saturday evening, according to the National Weather Service, then snow likely after midnight Saturday. Snow will become heavier on Sunday, with winds anywhere from 20 to 30 mph and higher gusts.

We are collecting coverage from news organizations throughout the Puget Sound area below.

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