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SEATTLE — This is the coldest morning we’ve had since last January, with thick frost on cars and side roads. It will be very cold and dry the rest of the week.  Expect highs in the 30s with some days topping out below freezing and overnight lows in the 20s and teens. There is a slight chance of a few snow flurries on Thursday, mainly on the coast.

Then Sunday evening we could get a little snow to the north.  Monday & Tuesday, we’ll start transitioning to warmer temps. There is a chance of precipitation Monday late into Tuesday and it could start out as snow before changing to rain.  But it’s still too far off to know the details and timing for sure. Meanwhile, BUNDLE UP!!!

Viewer photos of the day . . .


Frost on a deck post. From Evie in Shelton.


Here comes Santa Claus — to Marrowstone Island last Sunday. Photo from Jeanne.


Sunrise with fog at the Olympia Airport. From John.

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