A mix of rain and snow could reach sea level for the morning commute Monday and some places could see accumulations.

But before that happens, drivers headed over the Cascade passes will be dealing with heavy snowfall on Sunday.

KING 5 Meteorologist Rich Marriott says Wednesday will be partly sunny after some morning fog and sprinkles.

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Expect more morning fog and partly sunny skies on Thanksgiving before showers return Friday. Rain will increase Saturday and into Sunday.

Snow levels will drop to between 3,000-and-4,000 feet on Sunday, meaning the Cascade mountain passes will be getting snow as travelers drive home from Thanksgiving.

The snow level is expected to drop between sea level and 300 feet after midnight Monday morning. Marriott says to expect a rain-snow mix for the morning commute. Some areas could see more snow than others.

It will warm up by midday with highs in near 40.

The forecast for Monday Night Football between the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints at CenturyLink Field calls for clear and mid-30s.

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