SEATTLE - Several areas of Western Washington saw some snow showers on Monday afternoon while at the same time, other areas had bright sunshine. Latest forecast
Snow was reported in Maltby, Monroe, Bothell, Mill Creek and Sultan.
KING 5 Meteorologist Jim Guy said we'll see more showers overnight, possibly mixed rain and snow or wet, slushy snow mainly north of Seattle. Spotty accumulations of less than an inch are possible, but they won't be widespread.
Southwestern Washington will also see a chance of some accumulations Monday afternoon and overnight.
A few showers will linger into Tuesday morning in the lowlands, possibly as a mix of rain or snow showers, but accumulations will remain spotty. Temperatures will start off below freezing in most areas. Get the Futurecast
A winter storm warning was in effect until 10 p.m. Monday for the Cascades, including Snoqulamie Pass and Stevens Pass.
A few rain/snow showers will linger into early Tuesday morning in the lowlands. Temperatures will start off below freezing in most areas but most roads should have had a chance to dry out limiting the mount of black ice Tuesday morning.
High pressure will begin building off the coast Tuesday and giving us some afternoon sunshine. Highs will be in the low to mid 40s Tuesday.
As the high pressure moves through Wednesday through Friday we will see sunshine and highs in the low to mid 50s.