National Weather Service issues winter weather advisory for foothills

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Q13 News Chief Meteorologist Walter Kelley: 

Stormy weather continues this week but any storm that rolls through will NOT pack as strong of a punch as this last wind storm. Sloppy days are ahead for sure.

Snow levels are very low Monday morning and Tuesday morning. Areas like Issaquah and other north Puget Sound communities saw light snow build up overnight, but it was mostly melted by Monday morning.

The  Seattle area is not expecting any snow.

Places like Newcastle or Enumclaw or Issaquah highlands may see a little snow each morning. There isn’t very much moisture so there shouldn’t be much snow.

Isolated thunderstorms may bring some slushy hail or a blast of snow overnight into Monday morning.

The passes will get a 6-10 inches of new snow.

For most of us Monday will be a quiet day with some nice sunny periods. Monday night will be dry for all.

Tuesday starts out dry but rain is in the forecast for most of the day. It will be gusty Tuesday but winds should stay below 35 mph.

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be warmer but pretty sloppy from time to time. It looks pretty gusty Tuesday through Friday but right now a strong wind storm isn’t in the forecast. Windy yes, but severe no!

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