Well, currently at VW HQ, winds are gusting to nearly 40mph and the snow is falling hard. And tomorrow is gonna be even worse, with somewhere around a foot of snow possible. Let’s go visit somewhere where they’re probably NOT going to get a foot of snow, shall we?
At 853pm PDT, the temperature at Seattle-Tacoma Intl Airport, WA was 49 degrees under overcast skies. Okay, well, at least they’re not getting snow, but it isn’t all sunshine and rainbows over the next couple of days in the Emerald City. A cold front is slowly working its way through the Pacific Northwest, spreading scattered showers throughout the region and especially up in the mountains. This system isn’t moving particularly fast. In fact, another impulse is expected to ride along the front Saturday night into Sunday morning, bringing a bit of heavier rain shower activity to the SeaTac region. The main part of the system looks to push onshore over OR/N CA Sunday evening, and while the bulk of heavy rain will stay to the south, scattered showers will linger throughout the day Sunday over the area. Much of the Pacific Northwest looks to remain gloomy into the start of next week as a large upper low sits over the region.
Saturday: Rain showers likely. High 54, Low 46.
Sunday: Rain showers continue. High 53, Low 43.
TWC: Saturday: Rain. High 51, Low 45.
Sunday: Showers. High 52, Low 42.
AW: Saturday: Periods of rain. High 53, Low 47.
Sunday: Cloudy with a little rain. High 52, Low 44.
NWS: Saturday: Rain and breezy. High 53, Low 46.
Sunday: Rain likely. High 52, Low 43.
WB: Saturday: SITE DOWN.
Sunday: SITE DOWN.
WN: Saturday: Mostly cloudy with rain. High 53, Low 45.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with light rain likely. High 52, Low 43.
FIO: Saturday: Rain overnight and in the morning. High 50, Low 45.
Sunday: Overcast through the day, some late evening showers. High 48, Low 41.
Here we see plentiful rains moving through the region tonight. They’re mainly found over higher elevations of the Olympia Peninsula and the Cascades, but plenty of them will find their way into the lower elevations around the Seattle metro area throughout the weekend.