In an unusual occurrence, North Whidbey was treated with a White Christmas this year, while South Whidbey residents woke up to snow the following morning.
Kids, families, wildlife and “snow-maids” alike took advantage of the snowy conditions and embraced the cold.
Weather data from Washington State University’s Coupeville station showed that temperatures dropped as low as 11 degrees on Monday. The Langley station measured a minimum of 14.4 degrees.
The below-freezing temperatures are expected to stick around the rest of this week.
So might the snow on the ground.