WeatherWatcher: Winter Weather Advisory issued

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Snow in the Kruckeberg Botanic Garden
February 9, 2014, photo by Carl Dinse
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Shoreline and Lake Forest Park. The advisory is in effect from Midnight Sunday morning until 10am Sunday Morning. The advisory is mainly in effect for areas above 200 feet in elevation.

Most of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park is above 200 feet in elevation. Places like the lower Richmond Beach neighborhood and Lake Forest Park town center areas might not see any accumulating snow.

This is also very marginal event, just like Friday morning's event. It is still very possible to not have any accumulating snowfall. If temperatures nudge below the freezing mark overnight we will see some accumulations.

As of 1pm Saturday precipitation from this storm has already started, and the higher hills have been seeing some snow mixed with the rain at times. A change over to snow could happen shortly after dark.

After Midnight we could start seeing some slushy accumulation as surface temperatures drop. We are expecting to see a trace to 3 inches overnight, most will fall between 2am and 10am Sunday morning.

Sunday afternoon rain and snow showers are expected to continue but taper off towards the evening hours. Sunday night will be another cold night with lows near 30, or the upper 20's. Monday looks sunny with highs heading back into the low 50's to return to our regular fall seasonal weather. Our next rain storm (all rain) is arriving around Wednesday.

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