Puget Sound Forecast: Sun breaks will allow for isolated T-storms this afternoon and evening. Small hail possible. Tomorrow we'll start with a few flurries again, with more sun breaks and an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon. Lows tonight in the 30s. Highs tomorrow in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
Mountain Forecast: Snow flurries continuing at times. Might even hear a few rumbles of thunder this evening. Snow level down to 1000'. Temperatures staying in the 20s/30s Friday night and Saturday.
Coast Forecast: Isolated thunderstorms with scattered rain this afternoon and evening. 30s likely overnight. A few flurries early possible Saturday. Scattered showers and t-storms Saturday afternoon. Highs near 50.
Eastern Washington Forecast: Mix of rain and snow overnight. Temperatures down in the lower 30s. Partly cloudy skies with a scattered shower on Saturday. Highs in the 40s.
I've had several people ask me today, "What in the world is going on with our weather?" My response -- "It's Spring, don't you love it?"
Many of us woke up to wet flakes early, which then transitioned into sun breaks and scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. We'll likely keep that activity going into this early evening. Temperatures tonight will drop into the 30s again which means we're likely to wake up with a few more snowflakes on Saturday.
This larger system is slowly shifting but it's taking its sweet time to do so. With that being said, we'll still be seeing this "mixed bag" of weather through the weekend. Saturday afternoon will have more isolated thunderstorms possible with sun breaks and highs near 50. Sunday starts out nice, with an increase in activity by the afternoon. Highs again in the lower 50s.
Next week we have a much warmer pattern setting up. By Tuesday and Wednesday we'll likely see mostly sunny skies and warm up into the 60s. Can't wait for that!
Enjoy your weekend. Send us weather photos if you can.
Jordan Steele KING 5 Meteorologist