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Western Washington forecast

Partly cloudy tonight with some fog and frost to start Saturday. Rain returns Saturday night and Sunday. A few showers to start next week.


Partly cloudy tonight with a patchy fog forming late. Lows in the 20s and 30s. Patchy morning fog otherwise partly sunny Saturday. Clouds increase during the afternoon and light rain moves in later in the evening Saturday. Highs warm into the mid to upper 40s. Light winds. 


The high pressure that gave us the dry, but foggy, weather this week, is finally being nudged off to the east. This allows a front to approach the state on Saturday. 

Saturday will begin with patchy fog, frost and little sun before the clouds increase in the afternoon with light rain moving in later Saturday evening. 

Steady rain will turn to off and on showers in the late afternoon or evening Sunday. Showers should decrease on Monday. Highs should be mostly in the mid to upper 40s.

Snow levels drop to around 3,500 feet Sunday morning and to 1,000-1,500 feet by late Sunday or early Monday. Right now it looks like the mountains from Snoqualmie Pass southward should get 3-6 inches of new snow by Monday morning and north of Snoqualmie the snow should range from 8-18 inches.

Only a few showers will be around on Tuesday mixed with sunshine. And Wednesday and Thursday look to be partly sunny, but cool next week with highs in the upper 30s to mid 40s.