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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Light snow possibly on the way

The forecast over the next few days looks pretty interesting - here's an overview of what to expect from our friends at West Coast Weather:
A cold front will be moving into the Seattle area today to bring widespread precipitation to the region this afternoon and evening. Most of the precipitation will be in the form of rainfall, however, with cooler air moving in there might be some snow or rain mixed with snow tonight and Thursday morning for the higher hills - at 500 to 800 feet and above. Much of the Plateau region by Issaquah and Redmond is from 300 to 500 feet.

Then by Friday and Saturday some cooler air will be in place and morning low temperatures will be in the mid to upper 20’s and high temperatures for some of the colder areas will be in the 35 to 39 temperature range. With some moist air in the area there will be a chance of some light snow showers at times for Saturday. Any accumulations should be limited. Then by Sunday a strong weather system moves in and there will be warming temperatures so most of the precipitation would fall as rainfall with the heaviest amounts of rain for later on Sunday .
Definitely not a blizzard, but a little something to whet our appetites in the hopes of a white Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa.


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