Cold weather will continue in Grays Harbor
Unusually cold weather is expected to continue across Western Washington for the next week.
Arctic air is filtering into Western Washington this morning. Temperatures around much of Western Washington will fall to near or below freezing. This means any precipitation that falls in the evening may freeze with black ice possible on roadways. Motorists should exercise caution during the morning commute.
Dry and cold weather will prevail through Thursday morning. Daytime highs will be in the upper 20s and 30s with sunshine, and overnight lows will be mainly in the 15 to 25 degree range.
A weak weather system may bring some flurries or light snow to parts of Western Washington late in the day Thursday and Thursday night. At this time it appears accumulation, if any, would be minor.
The cold weather will likely continue Friday through Monday of next week. Temperatures will be similar or even slightly colder than those expected the next couple days.