As the calender flips to November, some stormy weather is expected to hit Western Washington this weekend.
Heavy wind and a decent amount of rainfall is expected in the area beginning late Saturday morning and lasting until the afternoon. Seattle could have winds between 15-30 miles per hour, with gusts hitting 35. Winds could reach 40 miles per hour in Everett and further north. The high winds will change to showers late in the afternoon.
With the amount of leaves still on the trees at this time of year, there could be some limbs down. Spotty power outages are also possible.
Snow is expected at Stevens pass Saturday, and at Snoqualmie Pass the next day. Higher passes could have over a foot, but it is not expected to impact the drive over the passes. The snow level could dip as low as 2,500 feet.
Monday will provide a bit of a breather before a smaller system rolls in on Tuesday.