SEATTLE — The forecast calls for a slight chance of some snow this week.
According to the National Weather Service in Seattle, the first wave was predicted to start as early as Saturday night or Sunday morning, with temperatures expected to drop into the lower- to mid-30s.
The lowlands might see a mix of rain and snow Sunday and Monday, with less than 1 inch of accumulation expected. The Cascade foothills and Western Whatcom County could see more, between 1 and 2 inches, according to the forecast.
There’s a higher chance for lowland snow in a second system that’s expected to move through the region between Tuesday and Thursday. Again, people should expect less than an inch of accumulation, though there’s a slight chance of more, especially in the foothills.
The end of the week may see warmer temperatures, and less chance of snow.