Snow sprawls across a white scene at Five Mile Lake. Photo courtesy of Tammy Phillips

Snow sprawls across a white scene at Five Mile Lake. Photo courtesy of Tammy Phillips

Snow days in Federal Way | Photos

Snow angels, snow-covered Evergreens and other scenes around Federal Way.

Federal Way residents took in the scenes and played in the snow as the Puget Sound region was covered with several inches of snow that began on Sunday night.

Federal Way schools and several businesses were closed on Monday and Tuesday as temperatures dipped to the teens.

Due to the school closures, Federal Way Public Schools will make up these two days on Friday, Feb. 15 and Monday, June 17.

More snow is expected this weekend and into next week. Please share your photos with the Mirror at editor@federalwaymirror.com.

Snow-laden trees at Five Mile Lake. Photo courtesy of Tammy Phillips

Snow-laden trees at Five Mile Lake. Photo courtesy of Tammy Phillips

A snow-covered “Gnomaste” figurine. Photo courtesy of Sharyn Earl

A snow-covered “Gnomaste” figurine. Photo courtesy of Sharyn Earl

Some local businesses shut down for the day because road conditions were very poor. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda

Some local businesses shut down for the day because road conditions were very poor. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda

Sunlight streaming through snow-covered Evergreens is a special Washington type of beauty. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda

Sunlight streaming through snow-covered Evergreens is a special Washington type of beauty. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda

A snow angel. Photo courtesy of Franci Gerola

A snow angel. Photo courtesy of Franci Gerola

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