Rain is moving through Thursday morning with temps in the low-30s to upper-30s.
We have had some pockets of snow/wet snow around Shelton to Bremerton and may see some more. Your best bet is in the Hood Canal area and on higher hills.
The steady rain will taper off later this morning for scattered showers and sunbreaks and possibly some isolated thunderstorms.
We have Wind Advisories in effect for areas north of Everett and at the coast, and a High Wind Warning around Port Townsend that starts later this morning.
Once the rain ends a strong westerly push will move in produce a convergence zone. Snow level will be around 2,000′, but may lower in the convergence zone if the showers are heavy enough. Highs today will be in the upper-40s with breezy conditions.
Updated snowpack numbers in the Cascades and Olympics of Washington. Looking great!— Morgan Palmer (@MorganKIRO7) February 25, 2021
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A Winter Storm Warning is out above 2,000 feet where we could get one to three feet of snow. Pass travel will become very difficult once again with reduced visibility with some breezy to windy weather.
Friday in the lowlands just looks showery with more sun around the Sound too. Highs will remain in the upper 40s.
It looks like we’ll be dry on Saturday with some sunshine, with some isolated showers on Sunday.
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