Weekend rain, then bitter cold
A mostly dry Friday for lots of activities outdoors happening on this pseudo-holiday. We’ll see thicker clouds coming into the picture by the afternoon– and rain moves in tonight. But, it looks dry for the holiday parade in Seattle. Mostly cloudy for the #AppleCup at Husky Stadium near noon. A slight chance of showers for the Tree Lighting in Downtown Seattle this evening. If you’re not interested in the crowds– today would be an ideal day to put up outside holiday decorations at your house. While next week will be dry– it will be VERY cold.
TONIGHT: The rain moves in across the region with overnight lows in the 40s.
SATURDAY: Rain at times with high temps in the upper 40s. Snow level falling to about 5,000 feet in the mountains.
SUNDAY: Windy and wet. We’ll also see snow levels fall considerably on Sunday afternoon/evening to BELOW pass levels. This will affect travel over EVERY PASS going over the Cascades. Carry chains and be prepared for winter weather driving conditions.
NEXT WEEK: The region dries out with some low elevation rain/snow on Monday morning. Then BITTERLY cold but dry for the middle of next week.