“Late season storm bringing rain, wind and cold to Western Washington – and maybe snow?”
Editor’s note: Mid-March is usually the end of the snow season here, though rare snows have been recorded into April.
“A late season winter storm is expected to blow through Western Washington this weekend, making the region cold, wet and windy.
“Rain is set to return Friday, with the snow level lowering to about 1,000 feet north of Seattle.
“There’s a chance of minimal snow in the lowlands, though forecasters warned not to hold your breath.
“‘… the Puget Sound lowlands will only see a few snowflakes,’ University of Washington meteorologist Cliff Mass wrote in his blog.
“As much as an inch could fall from Olympia to Portland though,” by Stacia Glenn, The Olympian. Read more