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Thursday morning update

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Today’s morning commute – weather – events. Right here in Ferndale.

7:25am: Good morning. Temperatures are in the mid 50s around the Ferndale area under cloudy skies with light winds from the south. Air quality is reported in the GOOD range.

TRAFFIC

Lummi Ferry (Whatcom Chief) service will be disrupted today for its biweekly refueling between 12:30pm and 1:20pm. Click here for details.

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Commute routes in and out of Ferndale are currently open with no visible surprises. Check the real-time DF traffic cams page to view commute time estimates anytime by clicking here.

TODAY’S WEATHER FORECAST

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TODAY’S EVENTS

Sat 24

Ferndale Street Festival

Friday, August 23 to Saturday, August 24
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Free
Sat 24

Ferndale Community Meal

Saturday, August 24 @ 10:00am to 12:00pm
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Donations are always accepted but never required.
Mon 26

LEGO Club

Monday, August 26 @ 4:00pm to 5:00pm
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Free
Tue 27

“Not In Our Community” Meeting

Tuesday, August 27 @ 6:30pm to 8:00pm
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Free
Tue 27
Wed 28

Ferndale Play Date at the library

Wednesday, August 28 @ 10:30am to 11:00am
Wed 28

Weekly cornhole tournament

Wednesday, August 28 @ 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Is your event or group’s meeting time/date in error or missing from the calendar? Contact Discover Ferndale to fix the error or you can easily add events to the calendar yourself.

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Slow Down, Move Over!

What does this mean exactly? The article below outlines the law and what you can do to help keep us and other emergency workers safe when we are working on the side of the road

Slow Down, Move Over!

What does this mean exactly? The article below outlines the law and what you can do to help keep us and other emergency workers safe when we are working on the side of the roadA recent change in the state’s Move Over, Slow Down law now gives more direction to drivers passing first responders – including highway maintenance, utility, solid waste and tow trucks with flashing lights – on the side of roadways. These crews work inches from moving traffic to help make the roadways safer, and we need everyone’s help ensuring they and everyone else on the road return home safety at the end of each shift.
If you see vehicles on the shoulder with flashing lights:
• Move Over one lane if safe to do so
• If unable to move over, Slow Down to 10 mph under the posted speed limit (the 10 mph reduction went into effect at the end of July)
It’s not only the safe thing to do – it’s the law.
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