Another band of precipitation is headed for the Pacific Northwest, with heavy mountain snow in the Cascades and a rain-snow mix possible for parts of Puget Sound.
The next system won't be nearly as powerful as the storm that brought record snowfall to Washington.
Tuesday into Wednesday
Snow levels may fall near sea level Wednesday morning from Everett north to the Canadian border. At this point, it looks like a trace to 2 inches of accumulation is possible, mainly for higher hillsides.
We may see heavier rain/snow mix around the convergence zone from Seattle to Everett from overnight through Wednesday morning and winding down about noon, according to KING 5 Meteorologist Craig Herrera.
The University of Washington High Resolution forecast model below shows where the rain (in the green color) is expected to fall. The pink is where we could see a rain/snow mix and the white is where we may see snow at those specific times.
By Wednesday morning, the UW High Res model shows the chance of a rain/snow mix from Seattle north through Whatcom County.
By noon the energy is winding down but still shows the chance of a rain/snow mix in the convergence zone.
Wednesday afternoon into Thursday
We should begin to dry out as high-pressure edges into the region later Wednesday with mainly sunshine on Thursday. Temperatures will continue to stay below average.
The normal high at Sea-Tac right now is 50 degrees.We should begin to dry out as high-pressure edges into the region later Wednesday with mainly sunshine on Thursday. Temperatures will continue to stay below average. The normal high at Sea-Tac right now is 50 degrees.