We're tracking the next system offshore, moving inland overnight. Most of us will see temperatures drop into the mid 30s. As this front moves across the area rain will spread with some cooler pockets seeing a wintry mix. And this will be the case throughout the work week with below temperatures forecast over the next seven days.
There's still freezing fog in Everett and Chehalis as of writing this at 11:30am.
Freezing fog this morning, but clearing up to have clear skies and sunshine for Saturday with temps in the low-40s. Q13's Grace Lim has the weekend forecast.
More sunshine is on tap for the start of the weekend, but the gorgeous clear skies come with a price! We'll kick off Saturday well below normal, in fact some of us could see temperatures nearly 10 degrees lower than our seasonal average of 37. Places like Seattle should bottom out around 30 with lows farther south in the upper 20s.
With a blast of colder weather coming our way, it might be the time to brush up on some of those driver's ed. lessons when it comes to bad weather.
With some low elevation snow in the forecast-- do you know how high up you live? How about the places you run errands? Here's a list of the elevation of some of the places where many of us live, work, and play.
Overnight into Sunday morning, precipitation returns, moving into cold air. This is a chance of some low-elevation snow or rain/snow mix.
Chilly and sunny Friday and Saturday, but MJ says snow chances increase into next week.
Mostly sunny Friday, temps lingering in the low-40s this week. Q13 Chief Meteorologist Lisa Villegas has details on the 7-day forecast.
Ready for the weekend? We're tracking cool temperatures, especially cold as we wake up Saturday!
Western Washington is seeing lows in the mid to upper 30s overnight.
Some rainy areas this morning will be gone by the afternoon. High temps only in the mid 40s, which is cooler than normal for this time of year. As the weather system giving us showers moves down into Oregon, we start seeing some sun peeking out from north to south later today. Colder air is moving in from the north over the next few days. Areas that clear out tonight will end up seeing temps getting cold overnight with some places being frosty and frozen.
Morning rain and afternoon clouds, but looking nice Friday and Saturday
Showers move in tonight lasting through Thursday mid-day. Overnights sit near normal, but that won't be the cast as we push into the weekend. Highs will drop below the norm (47) into the low to mid 40s . We're also watching the chances for patchy fog to develop early Thursday, especially for the Cascades which could be dense at times.
Snow levels will start to fall toward the end of the week.
A pleasant January day for the Pacific NW, even if we're mostly cloudy and temps wil be below the normal by about 3 to 5 degrees. Normal high is now up to 48 for this part of late January.
Q13 Meteorologist M.J. McDermott has your forecast.
Happy Tuesday! Temperatures felt and were cooler today, landing in the mid-40s for most. We'll continue with the cooling theme for the rest of the week and even into next week.
Highs for the week will be in the mid to low 40s.
Today looks to be our last day at normal temperatures for this part of winter. Cooler weather is working into our region by the weekend.