Kittitas County, Washington (KOMO) Winter is just around the corner... And parts of the Snoqualmie Pass, Washington are already feeling the chill.
Overnight, sleet fell near Stevens Pass in the Washington mountains.
Weather reports say the rain will soon turn to snow, but crews are already prepared, with snow chains on tires and plows all set to run.
Truck driver Phil Hernandez says, "don't be too abrupt when you stop, you know, cause you'll slide on the road. Just, just be careful."
Travis Phelps, Department of Transportation adds "we start prepping for snow actually over the summer. So we're always thinking about snow, always thinking about ice."
The pass is expected to get 4 to 8 inches of snow this weekend.