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

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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):

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

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“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.”

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Wait…did he just say “get to a foot“?

Here’s the 7-day forecast:

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