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Some of the thunderstorms that form from around east Snohomish County south could move very slowly and produce some potentially heavy rain. Flash Flooding is possible.
Friday was the first day of 80-degree warmth for many spots from King County south and the start of many more days are to come.
Accumulating snow looks mainly to be west and south of Puget Sound.
Though Seattle-Tacoma International Airport only received about a half-inch of snow, overnight travelers flying with Alaska Airlines were stuck on the tarmac for hours as their plane was de-iced, only to end up with their flight being canceled.
Flooding is now a concern after last week’s ice storm. All the ice has been melting away causing issues across the region.
Now that the snow has let up, temperatures are plunging and freezing rain is in the forecast this week.
While the bulk of the snow has fallen in Western Washington, a few more inches of snow are possible mainly in the south Cascades into Tuesday night.
While it does not look to be a major snow event through Monday or Tuesday, there are likely to be some impacts to travel, especially north of the Seattle area.
The previous record high in Seattle for this day was 88 degrees in 1991. Seattle is forecast to get to 92 degrees on Thursday.