SEATTLE -- Another wet weekend has come and gone in the Pacific Northwest.
Monday starts out mostly dry, or at least nothing more than morning drizzle. Monday afternoon will be very wet. Monday night's commute will be sloppy with some standing water on the roads, so drive with care Monday evening.
Tuesday starts out damp, but the day will be rather pleasant with some nice afternoon sunshine.
Wednesday will be clear and cold with lows going from the upper 40s to the lower 30s. Enjoy a nice day Wednesday.
Thursday will be sunny after some morning fog. It’ll be chilly Thursday morning with some down to freezing.
Friday looks great after a cold start. Saturday looks dry but Sunday looks wet.
The mountains get a little snow Tuesday morning, but for the most it’ll be snow-free this week up there, so no skiing anytime soon.
At this point there is no storm in the forecast after Monday evening's rain. A quick look at Thanksgiving shows some active weather on the Tuesday and Wednesday before the holiday. Stay tuned ...