Temperatures again dipped well below freezing Saturday night, with the low at Sea-Tac down to 20 degrees.

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Kirkland 12
Chehalis 9
Olympia 16
Bellevue 19
Bellingham airport 13
Bremerton airport 9
Forks 13
Sunrise - Mount Rainier National Park 1

Frozen pipes are causing problems for some in Western Washington.

There will be no classes for students at Meridian High School in Bellingham on Monday because of a broken pipe. Northwest Career and Technical Academy classes that meet at Meridian are not canceled.

Raymond Elementary will be closed on Monday. The high school will be open. Get school closure text alerts

We could see snow or freezing rain in some places Monday as a new weather system moves in.

Temperatures will warm higher in the atmosphere but remain cold at the surface. That sets us up for snow or freezing rain.

The transition to the wetter and warmer conditions will likely be a bit messy both Monday and Tuesday, said KING 5 Meteorologist Lisa Van Cise.

The amount of moisture for both days is quite light. However, with our cold air firmly in place, the light showers will likely start in the form of snow flurries Monday, she said.

Van Cise said it looks like the showers will push in by late morning north of Everett, along the coast, and through the Strait. The foothills, north sound and central coast have a better chance for showers in the afternoon.

Anything that falls on Monday and Tuesday is expected to be light, but it only takes a little freezing rain to make travel hazardous.

The National Weather Service says for the entire I-5 corridor, the surface air temperature should rise above freezing around mid-day on Tuesday, so any precipitation should fall as rain.

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