3 to 6 inches according to Accuweather? Not according to this:
Due to the National Weather Service declaring a blizzard warning for the foothills and a winter storm warning for the rest of Pierce County (this is us), citizens are being asked to shelter in place beginning tomorrow at 2 pm (this was today). Because of the high winds also forecast, there is also a strong potential for power outages.
In response to the severe storm predicted this weekend, the Pierce County Emergency Operations Center is activating Saturday at 2 pm.
Sheltering in place means preparing your family and home to ride out the storm -making sure emergency supplies are ready in case of loss of electricity. Supplies include extra food and water, flashlights, radio, batteries, alternative heating sources, extra blankets, first aid kit. Do NOT bring generators, grills, or propane heaters inside, because of potential carbon monoxide poisoning.