SEATTLE -- The good news is that this week will be mostly dry. The bad news is that it will be below freezing at times.
Q13 News Chief Meteorologist Walter Kelley says Tuesday will start out cold with lows near 28 degrees. It will be sunny for the first half of the day, he says, but clouds move in during the afternoon.
"Rain heads in Tuesday night but most falls outside of the Seattle metro area," he says.
Wednesday will be mostly dry for the lowlands but the passes get snow all day, making for slick conditions up there.
Thursday will be mostly dry but the foothills still get passing showers.
Friday will be a transition into a more active pattern this weekend. Saturday will be wet and gusty. Ugh.
And Sunday will be cold enough to snow for the lowlands "but it looks pretty dry," he says.
"I will keep my eye on Sunday as it appears someone will get snow down low," Kelley says.