Morning snow flurries are expected to give way to rain showers as temperatures rise into the mid-40s later today, the National Weather Service said.
No accumulation is expected.
Snow showers were reported in several Snohomish County communities this morning.
As much as 10.5 inches of snow fell in parts of the County Wednesday night and Thursday morning causing hundreds of car accidents and cancelling most area schools Thursday.
By this morning, most roads were clear and schools were back in sesssion. The Lake Stevens and Granite Falls school districts, where some snow and ice hadn’t completely melted, were scheduled to start two hours late this morning.