Weather Alert Updates

LAST UPDATED

Aug. 14, 2023, at 9:20 a.m.

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Drive carefully, drive slowly! If road conditions are too treacherous, it's best to stay home. If you must be on the roads, you can check for travel and weather advisories and discover resources and tips for winter driving at Washington State Department of Transportation.

For powerline safety information, visit pse.com/pages/downed-power-lines.

For information on power outages and restoration times, visit https://www.pse.com/en/outage/outage-map.

  1. Snow, Ice & Cold Temps
  2. Windstorms
  3. Flooding
  4. Be Ready
  5. Earthquakes
  6. Road Closures (Emergency)
  7. Air Quality
  8. Extreme Heat
  9. Wildfires

Winter Weather

Snow, ice, and cold temperatures can easily disrupt our daily lives and make it difficult to get out to get those things we need the most like food and medications. With a some preplanning, we can lessen the impact of severe winter weather if we take a few steps ahead of the snow and ice to get ready! Check out the Take Winter by Storm website for great tips for dealing with winter weather including comprehensive checklists to help you prepare. 

Snow and Ice Response: Learn more about Redmond's winter storm response including to view the snow and ice response map at www.redmond.gov/SnowIce

Drive carefully, drive slowly! If road conditions are too treacherous, it's best to stay home. If you must be on the roads, you can check for travel and weather advisories and discover resources and tips for winter driving at Washington State Department of Transportation.

Report a power outage: To report a power outage or view the power outage map, download the PSE app or visit the PSE website, or call Puget Sound Energy at 1-888-225-5773.

Clear sidewalks: Please help make walking in your neighborhood safe during winter weather - help clear the sidewalks!

Clear storm drains: Heavy snow can block storm drains and cover up other blocking debris. Please help keep storm drains flowing freely to reduce the risk of local flooding.

Take care of each other: When the weather turns cold, check in with neighbors to see if they need help, especially elderly residents or those with health concerns. 

Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning: Please remember! You cannot use generators or gas or charcoal grills inside the house. Carbon monoxide levels build quickly and are a silent killer.

If temperatures fall below freezing: Protect your pipes from freezing by wrapping outdoor and indoor pipes with cloth, bags, or other insulating materials. 

Stay updated on garbage and recycling service delays: With safety as the priority, Waste Management closely monitors road conditions and will service garbage, recycling, and yard waste as soon as possible. Visit Redmond's Waste Management Service Alert Page for information and updates.

Find shelter. For those in need of shelter on cold nights, use this list of local nonprofit agencies and churches that provide shelters on the Eastside.

Be Prepared for Winter Weather


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