The National Weather Service says that rain and snow showers are likely Tuesday night, with the snow level dropping to 700 feet and low temperaturess around 35. New snow accumulations of less than a half inch are possible, the weather service said.
On Wednesday, there’s a 50 percent chance of snow showers with 1-2 inches possible and temperatures are expected to drop to the low 30s overnight. No precipitation is expected Thursday, but it will be cold — with a high near 37 and a low around 27.
Predictions call for partly sunny skies Friday, with a high near 40, dropping to 31 for those out celebrating on New Year’s Eve. And for the hearty souls taking the Polar Bear Plunge at Brackett’s Landing on Saturday afternoon, expect a warming trend: partly sunny with a high near 42.
*PARTY* SUNNY! YEAHHH
3 inches at Ash Way park & ride this morning made for a 3 hour commute to Seattle.
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