Both minor flooding and possible lowland snow are in the forecast this week.
Everett and surrounding areas could see snow late Wednesday night, Thursday and Saturday, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle. Little or no snow is expected to stick by Thursday evening.
The weekend might see about a half-inch of snow on the ground.
Meanwhile, the Stillaguamish River had a bit of minor flooding Wednesday afternoon in Arlington, the Weather Service said. More minor flooding was expected, especially in low-lying areas such as Silvana.
Any flooding was predicted to wrap up by Thursday.
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