Unseasonably cold weather across Western Washington carries into weekend

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SEATTLE – A Western Washington cold snap will continue into the weekend as temperatures are well below average.

Overnight lows will be in the low to mid-30s, about 10 degrees colder than normal fall weather. Freezing temperatures can be expected at elevations above 3,000 feet.

A jet stream pattern off the Pacific coast has spurred the temperature change, and it’s expected to continue well into next week along with rain.

Friday should mostly be sunny with a chilly, cloudy weekend in the upper 50s.

To see the weather in your area, see Q13's interactive weather radar.

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