We’re off to a cold start in the low to mid-30s with some scattered showers around. We’ve had reports of snow falling closer to Bellingham for a few hours with some wet snow mixed in across the rest of the area.
Showers will increase later Monday morning and again, we could see some wet snowflakes mixed in all over. Your best bet for slushy and very minor accumulation of around 1/2 to 1 inch is in the higher hills of Snohomish and Skagit counties with more possible in Whatcom County, where a winter weather advisory is in effect until 1 p.m.
Some Whatcom County school districts and private schools are delayed or on snow routes. See them here.
The chance for any wintry mix showers will end later Monday morning and snow levels will rise with scattered afternoon rain showers. Highs will be cool Monday in the mid 40s.
Tuesday we’ll see a few showers around with partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. Snow levels Monday will rise closer to 4,000 feet and will hover around there Tuesday as well.
Look for more rain on Wednesday with snow levels falling from around 3,000 feet to around 1,000 feet as the day goes on. It’ll be rainy with plenty of snow in the mountains on Thursday.
There is some potential for more wintry mix showers early on Friday with wet and cool conditions this weekend.
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