Snow Showers Possible Overnight
Gray Harbor County Emergency Management is reporting that colder temperatures and possible snow is possible tonight between 9pm -5am.
The National Weather Service in Seattle said that a progressively cooler air mass will spread into western Washington through tonight, causing snow levels to fall to near sea level by early Thursday morning. A showery onshore-flow pattern will prevail this evening, then a weak disturbance will move southeast near the coast late tonight.
A mix of rain and snow showers will come to the coast and interior this evening from Olympia south along the coast, but air temperatures above 35 degrees should prevent more than brief localized slushy accumulations.
By late this evening, a weak disturbance will move down the coast, bringing more widespread precipitation through 5am.
With a cooler air mass overnight, 0 to 2 inches of snow are possible. Heavier amounts will occur at elevations above 300 feet; near-zero amounts are most likely within 5 miles of the coast and Grays Harbor.