Thaw underway in parts of western Washington, but new snow possible

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SEATTLE -- A very slow melt with some new snow is in the forecast. Yes, we may get above freezing each day through the weekend, but the nights will drop below freezing and snowy periods are in the forecast.

Wednesday morning has new snow North of Seattle with a couple of inches near Bellingham. Wednesday afternoon looks mostly dry for most of us and there will even be a little sunshine!

Thursday looks pretty quiet but it will be cold in the morning, so I’m not expecting very much melting.

The Passes and Eastern Washington will see a lot of snow Thursday for big messes Statewide. A few areas will see new snow Friday morning.

Right now, Saturday looks pretty quiet but Sunday morning looks pretty snowy for some areas. Next week has some dry/mild days so there will be some melting those days, but it looks like more snow on the Feb. 20-21.

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