So far, around 8 inches of new snow fell overnight at Stevens Pass and 4 inches at Snoqualmie.
Another 2 to 4 inches is possible Wednesday morning, causing “pass travel” issues. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the Cascades until 10 a.m. Wednesday.
We’ll have scattered showers with snow levels at around 2,500 to 3,000 feet, though most of the snow fell Tuesday night. We could get some heavier bursts of rain and mountain snow in a convergence zone north of Seattle on Wednesday, but the exact location of that is difficult to pin down. By late afternoon Wednesday, precipitation will be coming to an end.
Thanksgiving Day looks mainly dry with mostly cloudy skies after some morning drizzle and fog. A disturbance moving through southern British Columbia brings a slight chance of showers on Thanksgiving near the Canadian border, especially in the afternoon. We could see some sunshine on Friday, but high clouds will increase, and we’ll see some rain overnight Friday into early Saturday.
© 2021 Cox Media Group