Photo gallery: Renton readers’ snow day

For these Renton residents, it was a Febrary winter wonderland

Thank you to everyone who submitted!

Renton was surprised with more snow than expected Sunday and Monday, causing closures and icy roads. Those who could, stayed home and enjoyed the snow with family, friends and furry companions. And took photos!

Here’s photos readers sent in of their snow days.

Renton Reporter always accepts photo submissions for weather and events in Renton, and space permitting could end up in print or web. Send your local pictures to editor@rentonreporter.com.

Submitted photo by Safee Sannje

Submitted photo by Safee Sannje

Submitted photo by Lisa Ramone Gistarb

Submitted photo by Lisa Ramone Gistarb

Submitted photo by Crissy Allen

Submitted photo by Crissy Allen

Submitted photo by Jen Taylor

Submitted photo by Jen Taylor

Submitted photo by Lee Knoles Smith

Submitted photo by Lee Knoles Smith

Submitted photo by PJ Bean

Submitted photo by PJ Bean

Submitted photo by Stacie Swanke

Submitted photo by Stacie Swanke

Submitted photo by Valentina Avanesov

Submitted photo by Valentina Avanesov

Submitted photo by Shannon Kessler-Phillips

Submitted photo by Shannon Kessler-Phillips

Submitted photo by Amy Chirillo

Submitted photo by Amy Chirillo

Submitted photo by Emily Beckley

Submitted photo by Emily Beckley

Submitted photo by Cyndi Lamb

Submitted photo by Cyndi Lamb

Submitted photo by Julie Nipert

Submitted photo by Julie Nipert

Submitted photo by Nicole Starr

Submitted photo by Nicole Starr

Submitted photo by Rick Wygles

Submitted photo by Rick Wygles

Submitted photo by Silke Prelog

Submitted photo by Silke Prelog

Submitted photo by Danielle Kendrick Foliart

Submitted photo by Danielle Kendrick Foliart

Submitted photo by Jessie Kotarski

Submitted photo by Jessie Kotarski

Submitted photo by Katie Lawson

Submitted photo by Katie Lawson

Submitted photo by Leona James

Submitted photo by Leona James

Submitted photo by Tracy Wade

Submitted photo by Tracy Wade

Submitted photo by Desiree Powers

Submitted photo by Desiree Powers

Submitted photo by Kim Worrell-Hirsch

Submitted photo by Kim Worrell-Hirsch

Submitted photo by Rilla Bylund

Submitted photo by Rilla Bylund

Submitted photo by Alison Redman

Submitted photo by Alison Redman

Submitted photo by James Baldwin

Submitted photo by James Baldwin

Submitted photo by Kiara Buechler

Submitted photo by Kiara Buechler

Submitted photo by Kim Williams

Submitted photo by Kim Williams

Submitted photo by Andrew Blackman

Submitted photo by Andrew Blackman

Submitted photo by Ortega Laura

Submitted photo by Ortega Laura

Submitted photo by Gina Della-Rossa Dahlman

Submitted photo by Gina Della-Rossa Dahlman

Submitted photo by Lauren Deacon

Submitted photo by Lauren Deacon

Submitted photo by Valentina Avanesov

Submitted photo by Valentina Avanesov

Submitted photo by Yoshimoti Yoshida Ai

Submitted photo by Yoshimoti Yoshida Ai

Submitted photo by Bri’El Monroe

Submitted photo by Bri’El Monroe

Submitted photo by Emerald Robles Magbaleta

Submitted photo by Emerald Robles Magbaleta

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