Temperatures again dipped well below freezing Saturday night, with the low at Sea-Tac down to 20 degrees.
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Western Washington could see snow or freezing rain in some places Monday as a new weather system moves in.
“Temperatures will warm higher in the atmosphere but remain cold at the surface,” said KING 5 Meteorologist Mary Lee.
That sets us up for snow or freezing rain.
Light precipitation will first develop on the coast during the day on Monday, then spread inland on Monday evening.
The stretch from Olympia through Lewis County could see freezing drizzle on Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Precipitation from Tacoma to Everett will be cold enough for a mix of freezing drizzle and light snow.
North of Everett, light snow is expected through Tuesday morning.
Anything that falls on Monday and Tuesday is expected to be light, but it only take a little freezing rain to make travel hazardous.
The National Weather Service says for the entire I-5 corridor, the surface air temperature should rise above freezing around mid-day on Tuesday, so any precipitation should fall as rain.