FORECAST: Mostly Cloudy Skies

Few Afternoon Showers

FORECAST: Mostly Cloudy Skies
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Happy Wednesday! We’re off to a calm start this morning with temps in the 30s and 40s. Compared to yesterday we don’t have anywhere near as much fog, however, I still expect some especially in the south sound. A weak system is also pushing some clouds into the area, which will make it more difficult for the fog to lift. Look for mostly cloudy skies and mainly dry weather until the late afternoon and early evening when some showers will move in around Seattle south. Highs will stay in the mid-40s.

Overnight and into tomorrow we’ll see some light pockets of showers around, slowly decreasing throughout the day Thursday. Look for sunshine on Friday and Saturday with cool conditions in the low-30s.

Clouds will increase later Saturday and eventually overnight some moisture will move in. It’s still early, but at this point it looks like snow levels will be around 500-1,000′ with low level south wind. We will see mainly rain below 500′ with some snow and wet snow mixed in. Your best bet for accumulating slushy snow will be north and south of Puget Sound, especially closer to the Canadian border. At this point Seattle looks like mainly rain with some wet snow mixed in. We’ll keep watching this and over the next few days we’ll have a better idea.