WeatherWatcher: Some snowflakes Sunday Morning - Forecast

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Almost a dusting December 6, 2009 on 7th Ave NE, Shoreline, Washington.
Photo by Carl Dinse

We have a slight chance of precipitation tomorrow morning. It may mix with some snowflakes or fall as all snow in the higher elevations around Shoreline and Lake Forest Park. Accumulations are not likely to be much more than what you see in the above photo.

A weather system moving just a little too far offshore is bringing colder air into the region and expected to bring showers along the coast. Much of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park will be shadowed by the Olympic Mountains with this system, so showers, if any, are expected to be light. Temperatures Sunday morning are expected to be in the upper 20's or low 30's with frost in places before warming up to the 40's in the afternoon.

Sunday night through Tuesday night we will be clearing up with sunny skies and cold nights in the 30's. Tuesday night through next Saturday some weak systems will brush by with the slight chance of showers at times, but no significant rain (or snow) on our horizon right now. Daytime temperatures are expected to be near 50°F and nighttime temperatures in the low 40's.

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