Tranquil weather continues through tonight before we enter into an extended stormy pattern starting tomorrow night.
Parts of the forecast have come into better focus, while significant questions still remain.
Some accumulation possible by Tuesday morning, but how much would stick to the roads versus grass is still in question.
All the typical late-season caveats apply. A moderate snowfall is possible, though.
Showers dissipate this evening, setting the stage for some truly ideal weather on Sunday
Today's weather is mostly inconsequential. Whatever is coming Tuesday and Wednesday remains complicated.
It's a cold one tonight. We get a little bit of everything this weekend.
Washington's far northern and western suburbs have the best chance of significant snow, but, even there, the forecast is uncertain.
It's the time of year that thunderstorms can start popping in the Pacific Northwest.
Saturday's precipitation could be mixed, but probably of the conversational variety only. Sunday's looking nice.