Updated Saturday 3:25 p.m.
Be ready for a windy and rainy night for parts of western Washington. We have a strong system moving through the will bring gust to 60mph along the coast and northern interior. We could have some trees down and power outages in the Whatcom County by tomorrow morning.
If you are driving across the mountain passes you need to be ready for heavy snow at times this evening through tomorrow morning. A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect for the Cascades and Olympics at 10 pm and runs through 9 Sunday morning.
For the rest of western Washington it will be a gusty and sometimes rainy night. Lows will drop to the low 40s.
Sunday will start out breezy, then we will see showers at times in the afternoon. Highs on Sunday will hit the mid 40s.
We are in a pattern of mostly cloudy skies and showers for the workweek ahead. Highs will stay in the mid too upper 40s.
KOMO 4cast Team
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