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WEATHER: ‘Snow likely’ in forecast for region Sunday night through Tuesday


The National Weather Service is predicting that snow is “likely” in the forecast starting after 11 p.m. Sunday night, Feb. 5, with a 70 percent chance of it continuing – before turning to rain – through Tuesday.

While there’s still a lot of uncertainty in the forecast, UW Meteorologist Cliff Mass says [2] we could get “around 3-4 inches” with “a range from zero to 8 inches” (click image below to see larger version, and note the “8” nestled right over our region in this graphic):


This image predicts around 3-4 inches with a range from zero to 8 inches:


“Another (and even better) ensemble produced by the European Center shows a wide range of possibilities at Seattle, with an average around 7 inches,” Mass added. “About 20% of the ensembles have little to 2 inches of snow, but some get to a foot.”


Wait…did he just say “get to a foot“?

Here’s the 7-day forecast:

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