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  • NTSB: pilot’s inability to fly in clouds caused crash

    Federal investigators say a small airplane that crashed into Washington’s Cascade Mountains last July was caused by the pilot’s decision to fly during bad weather despite knowing that he was …

  • Avalanche danger in Cascades is high through this weekend

    A forecast for rain and snow at higher elevations in the Cascade Mountains could also cause dangerous avalanche conditions for travelers and recreationists.

  • Storm bringing more mountain snow in Washington

    SEATTLE — It may be spring, but the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch through Thursday for the Olympics and Cascades.

  • Heavy snow at Washington Cascade passes

    SEATTLE — Heavy snow is making travel difficult or impossible through Snoqualmie and Stevens passes — the two main east-west highway routes through the Washington Cascades.

  • Cascade wolf sightings increase

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Wolves that have moved into Oregon from Idaho appear to be extending their range west, with recent sightings in the southern Cascades and the Ochoco Mountains. …

  • Cascades ski event is first class

    Neither wind nor blowing snow last weekend could stay 55 skiing “mail carriers” from their appointed rounds – from snow line on the west slope of the Oregon Cascades to …

  • Dirty snow speeds runoff in mountains

    SEATTLE – Soot on snow causes winter snowpacks in the Cascades and other Western mountain ranges to melt faster, leading to runoffs earlier in the spring, scientists say. Researchers at …



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