Collin Buckley watches one of his sons, five-year-old Isaiah, throw snow over the bridge and into the water at Whatcom Falls Park Wednesday, Jan. 12, in Bellingham. Collin and his wife Shannon are teachers and had the day off due to the overnight snow so they decided to take their sons Oliver, 19 months, and Isaiah out to the park. Up to six inches of snow fell in areas of Whatcom County overnight and heavy rains that started around 6 a.m. caused most of the snow to melt, leaving rising waters throughout the county. A steady rain is expected for the rest of the week.
Collin Buckley watches one of his sons, five-year-old Isaiah, throw snow over the bridge and into the water at Whatcom Falls Park Wednesday, Jan. 12, in Bellingham. Collin and his wife Shannon are teachers and had the day off due to the overnight snow so they decided to take their sons Oliver, 19 months, and Isaiah out to the park. Up to six inches of snow fell in areas of Whatcom County overnight and heavy rains that started around 6 a.m. caused most of the snow to melt, leaving rising waters throughout the county. A steady rain is expected for the rest of the week. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Collin Buckley watches one of his sons, five-year-old Isaiah, throw snow over the bridge and into the water at Whatcom Falls Park Wednesday, Jan. 12, in Bellingham. Collin and his wife Shannon are teachers and had the day off due to the overnight snow so they decided to take their sons Oliver, 19 months, and Isaiah out to the park. Up to six inches of snow fell in areas of Whatcom County overnight and heavy rains that started around 6 a.m. caused most of the snow to melt, leaving rising waters throughout the county. A steady rain is expected for the rest of the week. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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January 12, 2011 12:44 PM

Snowstorm dumps on Whatcom County, then melts to slush

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