SEATTLE Several areas of Western Washington saw some snow overnight and into Saturday morning, and with little cloud cover overnight Saturday, temperatures will plunge.
Temperatures will drop into the 20s and 30s, said KING 5 Meteorologist Jim Guy. Spotty fog or freezing fog is possible.
Overnight Saturday, an inch of snow fell near Olympia and Graham and 2.6 inches near Onalaska. The highest amount was 5 inches in Eatonville.
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North to northeast winds moving over water could produce a few more snow or mixed snow/rain showers over parts of Whatcom, San Juan and Clallam counties, but there is only a slight chance for that to develop.
Highs will only reach into the upper 30s and low 40s.
Sunday will be cold but we ll see some sunshine before clouds begin to increase in the afternoon. Rain will move in later Sunday night. It may start mixed with wet snow but with no accumulations except along or near Hood Canal, where several inches could fall before it turns to rain.
By Monday morning a strong warm front will push into the state with heavy rain and gusty winds. This will front will push snow levels up to 5000 feet on Monday and it will turn into a blustery afternoon.
Periods of heavy rain over the Olympic Mountains and North Cascades beginning later Monday and continuing into Wednesday could cause flooding.