Meteorologists at the National Weather Service (NWS) office in Seattle announced early Wednesday afternoon of a confirmed risk of scattered snowshowers overnight Wednesday and into the dawn hours of Thursday morning.
The expected snow event will mostly affect areas at or above 400 feet from mean sea level. Snow is expected to stick and accumulate overnight, with amounts between Trace (Less than 0.05 inches) to 2.0 inches.
Temperatures are expected to remain near-freezing through Saturday, January 12th. Weather forecasts currently call for more precipitation on Saturday; it is uncertain at this time if this second event will bring frozen precipitation or not. Stay tuned to local news sources for further updates.