Freezing rain to turn to rain in Tri-Cities

Mid-Columbia roads could be slick Wednesday morning after freezing rain that began falling Tuesday night. Precipitation is expected to turn to rain Wednesday, as temperatures are the warmest for the Tri-Cities since November.

Salmon gets fresh flavor from lemon, garlic

Lemon and garlic add a fresh and flavorful sauce to salmon fillet. The secret to perfectly cooked salmon is to sear it first in a skillet and then finish the cooking in the oven. It should come out soft and juicy and a little translucence in the center. It will have some carryover cooking once it is off the heat. Look for wild caught salmon. The tartness of the sauce is a perfect balance for the richness of the fish.

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Freezing rain falling in Tri-Cities

Freezing rain started falling in the Tri-Cities right on schedule with the start of a winter weather advisory at 10 a.m. More freezing rain and sleet is forecast for the day with precipitation expected to increase from 4 to 10 p.m.
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