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HOURLY
39
Cloudy
Monday-
Few Showers
45
33
30%
45
33
Few Showers
Rain30%
Wind8mph S
Humidity89%
UVLow
Tuesday-
Scattered Showers
47
41
50%
47
41
Scattered Showers
Rain50%
Wind14mph S
Humidity78%
UVLow
Wednesday-
Showers
48
42
40%
48
42
Showers
Rain40%
Wind11mph SSW
Humidity82%
UVLow
Thursday-
Light Rain
47
43
80%
47
43
Light Rain
Rain80%
Wind14mph S
Humidity88%
UVLow
Friday-
AM Light Rain
46
37
70%
46
37
AM Light Rain
Rain70%
Wind11mph SSW
Humidity79%
UVLow
Saturday-
AM Showers
44
34
50%
44
34
AM Showers
Rain50%
Wind12mph SSW
Humidity83%
UVLow
Sunday-
PM Showers
44
36
30%
44
36
PM Showers
Rain30%
Wind9mph SSW
Humidity72%
UVLow
RIGHT NOW
Rain10%
Wind8mph SSW
Humidity90%
UVLow
Visibility8 miles
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60%
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70%
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70%
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70%
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60%
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50%
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40%
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30%
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Updated Monday 11:15 a.m.

Round 1 of snow is pretty much done, but now we're watching for maybe a Round 2 as there is potential for another round of snow Monday afternoon and evening with signs pointing to the formation of another Puget Sound Convergence Zone.

A Winter Weather Advisory has been extended until 9 p.m. for the Seattle Metro and Eastside areas for possibly another 1-3 inches of snow, mainly above 300 feet. A similar advisory has been issued for western Whatcom and Skagit Counties for 1-2" possible there, starting after noon.

Just like this morning, again most snow will be above a few hundred feet elevation with just light, slushy accumulations near sea level. The Convergence Zone may reach as far south as South King County by Monday evening. Thus areas outside the main Downtown Seattle core freeways may see slushy or slick roads during the evening commute.

But unlike this morning, the timing coming in the warmer part of the afternoon is working against sea level and low elevation snow. But Convergence Zones can be pretty intense to overcome a few extra degrees. So it's going to be very close on temps where a couple degrees means the difference between what happened in Seattle (i.e.,not a lot) and what happened in Kirkland (about 3").

Outside the zone areas, just scattered rain showers today with highs in the low 40s. It's already in the upper 30s in most areas as of 10 am.

Showers continue tonight and Tuesday morning and overnight lows will once again fall into the mid 30s – returning the chance of wet snow showers above a few hundred feet with minor accumulations. Temperatures will warm into the 40s again Tuesday afternoon.

By Wednesday will be rain showers with highs in the mid 40s and then we get to heavier rains with warmer temperatures toward the upper 40s/low 50s toward the end of the week.

Scott Sistek
KOMONews.com Meteorologist
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