SEATTLE — The chance for more Puget Sound snow is unlikely for Monday. Forecast models show most snow showers falling south of the Washington/Oregon border, although some flurries could reach as far north as Lewis and Thurston counties.
Portland could have accumulations on the road for Monday's morning commute. A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for southwest Washington and northwest Oregon.
By 11 p.m. Monday, very little precipitation of any kind is expected for Puget Sound, but snow showers could still fall over the Portland metro region.
Tuesday and beyond
Computer models have taken a subtle shift back toward a cooler weather pattern. The potential for (mostly light) lowland snow may continue through midweek before things change.
It does look like we may see temps warm, and return to "normal" by next weekend.