Lowland snow possible in Snohomish County this weekend

EVERETT — Snow is a possibility this weekend in the lowlands of Snohomish County.

At the very least, rain is expected Saturday, Sunday and into Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service.

In Everett, snowfall is most likely after 10 p.m. Saturday, forecasters predict. Little or no accumulation is expected in most areas, except for higher ground such as Darrington.

Lowland areas further north and with big hills may see some more snow than other places.

Weekend temperatures are predicted in the 30s, possibly dropping into the 20s on Saturday night.

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