Updated Friday 4:50 a.m.
We’re cold enough to see some snow this morning – and there’s a good chance we’ll see some! Accumulations will be light across the Interior – but snow levels are down to sea level, and with an area of low pressure hugging the coast, our ocean beaches might see 1-3” of snow before turning to all rain later today.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect through noon for the Northern and Southern Washington Coast.
Temperatures will warm up later today – to the mid 40s for many of us. Expect a few showers tonight with dry weather likely on Saturday.
Another round of a wintry mix comes our way on Sunday morning – again transitioning to all rain later in the day. This pattern of rain/snow in the morning continues into next week, too. Even though we’re heading closer to March we’re still in winter for the next 24 days!
Have a great weekend.
KOMO 4cast Team
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