STEVENS PASS, Wash. -- Snow is falling!
Stevens Pass reported 9-12" of snow fell overnight Tuesday into Wednesday.
Q13 Meteorologist M.J. McDermott says it's unlikely that any local resorts will open in time for Thanksgiving, but fingers crossed!
It looks like temperatures may warm up by the weekend bringing rain on top of all this fresh snow. Highs are expected in the mid to upper 30s for Stevens Pass and into the 40s for Snoqualmie Pass by Sunday.
Crystal Mountain also reported snow overnight, as seen in this video.
We even saw snow at Snoqualmie Pass where there was a bit more than a dusting by morning.