Updated Thursday 4:50 a.m.
The end of the workweek is almost here - but we've got to get through a pretty soggy Thursday, first. Look for a new front to come at us today - and that's going to keep things wet at times. Highs will hit the mid 50s across the region. Showers stick around tonight, with heavier rain likely on Friday. Temperatures remain in the mid 50s.
Bottom line - look for a wet weekend. A series of disturbances cut through the Northwest, kicking up our winds at times, and giving us more mountain snow. Snow levels will reach 3,000-4,500'.
Guess what? Next week is looking the same, as the usual "February Gray" sticks around - so lucky you if you're heading out of town for mid-winter break!
Have a great day!
KOMO 4cast Team
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