The National Weather Service is predicting some active weather patterns that will affect Mukilteo and Western Washington beginning Saturday night, November 23. Breezy winds with gusts of 15-30 mph with rain and mountain snow as low as 3000-4000 feet by Sunday night are expected.
By Monday, the snow level may drop to around 1000-1500 feet, although the NWS admits it is a bit uncertain about that.
Be aware that overnight lows next Wednesday and Thursday (Thanksgiving Day) will be below freezing for much of the area, impacting the homeless, pets and those without adequate heating. Overnight lows could be in the mid-20s – low 30s. If you are traveling, be cautious about hazardous road conditions due to slick, snow covered roads at times. We have some interesting NWS Weather Graphics 11 22 2019 concerning this weather pattern.
Friday and Beyond
Temperatures will remain chilly with the possibility of additional weather systems affecting our area. See weather.gov/seattle for the latest forecast details for your location.