METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION:
The snowstorm has moved to the southeast, but a few flurries could linger in the Cascades today. Many areas picked up a half a foot of snow.
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Now that the snow showers have gone and the skies have cleared, we are in for a very cold day Saturday. Highs will be near freezing along the coast and in the 20s inland. Saturday night will be cold again with lows below 0 degrees in the Cascades, single digits in the valleys and in the teens along the coast.
Sunday and Monday will mostly sunny with highs still in the low 30s along the coast and 20s inland. Clouds will increase Tuesday with a weak storm, we may see a few light showers as well. High temperatures will be back into the upper 30s by Tuesday and continue to climb the rest of the week. We’ll have a better chance to see some rain with another storm Thursday.
Have a wonderful warm weekend!
Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn