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  • Next weather system brings rain, more mountain snow

    SEATTLE — We’re in a bit of a lull today as we wait for the next weather maker to move into the area. Highs Friday will top out in the upper 30s to near 40 so the chances for snow decrease.  The North Sound saw a few flurries fly Friday morning across I-5 in Skagit and Whatcom Counties, where there is already so much snow on the ground.  Those areas will thaw out soon, too! TODAY: A few rain/snow showers, […]

  • Weekend weather: Heavy snow hammers passes, Arctic blast arrives Sunday

    SEATTLE — We’ll see several feet of mountain snow Friday through the weekend. Don’t let Friday’s mild temperatures near 40 fool you. Significantly colder weather is headed this way– so stay tuned. Seasonally soggy this weekend with snow levels hovering around 2,000 feet Friday & Saturday. Lots of mountain snow, and starting Sunday we get the Arctic blast. As usual the cold arrives as the moisture goes away, but with that said I’d expect a few inches Sunday into Monday […]

  • Winter Weather Advisory for the mountains Friday night and into Saturday

    SEATTLE — Rain and wind on the way Friday night! Plus, we’ve got a Wind Advisory up north for Skagit, Whatcom, Island, San Juan counties; near Port Townsend; and along the coast. 50 mph gusts are possible until 10 p.m. Sustained winds push 20-35 mph throughout the next several hours. Tonight’s rain will be high intensity but short in duration, only lasting a few hours. A look at our alerts tonight: #Q13Fox pic.twitter.com/jNq51cXy01 — Erin Mayovsky (@ErinMayovsky) January 4, 2020 […]

  • Rain expected for Sunday’s Seahawks-49ers game

    After a couple of days of afternoon sunshine, a look into the weekend shows that changes are already on the way.

  • Friday will go down as one of the wettest days on record in Seattle

    A storm that has brought record rainfall to the Northwest has prompted flood warnings, disrupted train traffic, closed roads and caused some power outages.

  • Storm causes record rainfall, flooding, mudslides in western Washington

    A storm that has brought record rainfall to the Northwest has prompted flood warnings, disrupted train traffic, closed roads and caused some power outages.

  • Drier, cooler weather ahead this weekend

    SEATTLE — Our forecast will improve as we roll through this last full weekend of fall. Showers have already started to decrease, but we wouldn’t be surprised if an isolated thunderstorm popped up.  By Saturday evening, most of Western Washington will be dry under cloudy skies. For the overnight hours expect a few showers for the lowlands and snow showers over the mountains. Passes this weekend will see some snow, but not enough to cause problems like we saw Friday […]

  • Snow possible Sunday as chilly weather continues through the weekend

    SEATTLE — Brr! The Pacific NW is chilly! Friday night we could see the coldest night so far this season, with many places dropping into the 20s. We stay cold and dry for the first half of the weekend. Tracking a developing low off the California coast that’s heading our way– but mostly it will stay south in Oregon. Saturday will be dry and cold again but some clouds move in by the afternoon hours. Sunday morning we’re watching really […]

  • Lowland rain, mountain snow coming this weekend and continuing into next week

    SEATTLE — The high pressure that’s kept us dry and cool will last through Saturday morning, then a front will drop down delivering some lowland rain and mountain snow. Snow levels fall to near 5,500′ for Saturday, dropping even more by Sunday to near 3,500′ with levels near 1,000′ by Monday and Tuesday. The change this weekend will bring more rain, breezy conditions and even cooler temperatures.  Saturday will start out dry, but by 6 p.m. showers will move in […]

  • Rain in the lowlands, snow in the mountains this weekend

    Rain will continue into the weekend but there will be a break Saturday night and into Sunday morning. 

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