Spotty snow could be seen falling throughout western Washington again Sunday morning. We could even see some slushy accumulations in a few spots. As of 7:40a.m., some big flakes were falling in Lynnwood, Everett, and parts of southwest Washington.
Sunday afternoon will bring a return of sunbreaks with highs in the mid 40s. To make things even more interesting we could even hear a few claps of thunder out there as a surge of unstable air moves through.
Monday will bring fewer showers and more sunbreaks. Highs will hit the upper 40s in many areas.
Active weather returns on Tuesday with showers and breezy conditions for much of the day.
Showers move out by the end of the day on Wednesday with a drying tread setting up for the second half of the week. Right now, the forecast models say we will enjoy partly sunny skies into the weekend.
The KOMO4 Forecast Team