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☁ KIRO 7 Weather Blog from Chief Meteorologist Morgan Palmer ☁
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As colder air is forecast to arrive Thanksgiving week, the stock weather app that comes with many cell phones has begun flashing snowflakes in the forecast for the holiday period. There's much more to that story.
With morning temperatures at or below freezing area-wide, wind chills will be bitterly cold Tuesday morning. We could even have some isolated locations with wind chills in the upper teens where the gusts are strongest.
We'll keep it mainly clear, cool and dry through next week. Early outlook for trick-or-treating next week is for cool temperatures in the 40s to low 50s in the evenings, light winds and dry conditions. Not spooky at all!
The Snoqualmie River at the Falls crested around 9 a.m. Tuesday with a water flow of 44,920 cubic feet per second. This was the greatest flow recorded at Snoqualmie Falls since Dec. 9, 2015 and the 13th-greatest flow on record.