Lisa Villegas

Lisa Villegas

Chief Meteorologist

Lisa Villegas is Chief Meteorologist at Q13 News.

See her forecasts Sundays at 9, 10 & 11 p.m. and Mondays-Thursdays at 8, 9, 10 & 11 p.m.

The latest from Lisa Villegas

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March Outlook

March is upon us and that mean Spring is just around the corner. Can you believe it?

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Another active night on tap for weather

Rain chances are going to increase overnight. Most of us will be sleeping while this happen because it'll spike after midnight and quickly weaken through your early morning commute. We'll have a wave of energy roll through, sparking this activity. Expect some moderate rain across the coast, lowlands, and foothills. 

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Widespread rain and gusty winds overnight

The rain will continue to spread across Western Washington tonight. We'll have a mix of heavy and moderate downpours at times. It'll be gusty along with low visibilities if you are out in this tonight. 

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Very impressive rain totals

February started off with a bang! Here is a look at some of rain totals we've seen over the last 72 hours. 

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Widespread rain continues into the work week

You ready for a sloppy start to the work week? A system offshore will continue to stream in widespread rain Monday. Expect showers on your commute tomorrow with a breeze at times. The temperatures will remain mild.

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Next Weekend: Freezing Temperatures and Lowland Snow Chances

A cold airmass will drop into the PNW this weekend. Temperatures have already been dropping but this one will be noticeable. Our overnight lows will fall below freezing and our afternoon highs will rise into the lower 40s. Bundle up on your morning commute!

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Tomorrow: Dense Patchy Fog

Patchy fog is starting to build in our forecast tonight. Use caution navigating on your morning commute tomorrow. It'll continue to thicken up and will hang around through the late morning for some. 

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Freezing fog returns overnight!

As the temperatures drop, freezing fog once again, becomes a concern. Visibilities will continue to reduce tonight and become dense at times. Use caution if you're commuting tonight or tomorrow morning. Overnight lows will range between 30-34F for most of the lowlands and foothills.

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Sunshine tomorrow and then our wet pattern strikes again

I hope you were able to enjoy today's sunshine! Our Christmas system has officially cleared and now we're getting ready for freezing overnight lows. If you're waking up early and commuting, expect some patchy fog/freezing fog. This will be dense tomorrow night and Tuesday morning.