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  • Don’t get used to the warm, dry days: wet weather returns this week

    SEATTLE — Don’t get used to the dry conditions. After an unseasonably warm, dry March, our weather pattern  will shift this week as we bring in April. A low offshore system will roll in clouds on Monday and some raindrops by late Monday evening into the overnight hours. We’ll see some on/off rain light through the week — which will help allergy sufferers by washing a lot of that tree pollen out of the air. Temps for the next 7 […]

  • Chance of showers this weekend as weak fronts move in

    SEATTLE — The sunshine continues, but expect our beautiful blues skies to add some clouds into the mix later Friday afternoon and evening. A weak front moving into the area from the Southwest may deliver a chance of a showers and maybe an isolated T-storm at the coast or Southwest interior.  As the front passes expect the breeze to kick up a little bit too, but nothing major.  Some of us won’t even get a sprinkle.  Any showers that develop […]

  • ‘Unseasonably’ warm temperatures expected early next week

    A partly cloudy Friday morning will pave the way for a sunny Friday afternoon and a nice weekend.

  • More lowland snow possible for western Washington

    SEATTLE — Yes, we are tracking more snow in the forecast.  With temps still well below normal (51/37) we are keeping an eye on lowland snow.  I know! I know! This weekend expect mixed showers through Sunday, like today.   Some spots north may see more flurries than rain as well as places to the far south picking up some of the snow. Sunday night into the overnight hours of Monday is what we are really watching.  As many of you […]

  • Cool, dry Monday before next round of potential wintry mix

    It looks like a cool, mostly dry Monday before another storm system rolls in to the Puget Sound region.

  • Monday’s winter weather could be ‘very problematic’ as rainstorm collides with cold air

    Western Washington is preparing for another round of wintry weather that starts Sunday afternoon. 

  • Wind, heavy rain this weekend but drying out for New Year’s Eve

    The rain is moving in tonight and we just may see some lowland snow mixing in for parts of Whatcom and Skagit Counties as temperatures drop into the mid to upper 30s.

  • Rain, wind, snow, high surf and flooding concerns as active weather pattern continues

    SEATTLE — Our very active weather pattern continues today, with rain, wind, snow, high surf and flooding just to mention a few.  There truly is something for everyone in the forecast today! The unsettled air will continue to hang with us through the holidays.  After all, we do welcome in winter on Friday afternoon, so it seems fitting to have some stormy forecasts with us. Tuesday’s weather maker, which carried a decent amount of rain and snow in the mountains, […]

  • Sloppy, wet weekend in store for Puget Sound

    A sloppy weekend is on tap for Western Washington. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for areas near Mount Rainier, including Paradise.

  • First lowland snow of the season — and we could see more this weekend

    SEATTLE — Many of us woke up to some snowfall Friday morning in Western Washington. The first stretch of wintry weather swept late Thursday — bringing several inches of snow to the mountains, and a smattering of snow across much of Puget Sound. Q13 News viewers shared photos and video of snow in Bellingham, Port Orchard, Port Angeles, Maple Falls and more! Check the latest school closures and delays Severe weather alerts Get the free Q13 News Weather App Live […]

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