Snow Update

| comments looks like more snow..but only for a few is the latest WRF high resolution results for the 24-h snowfall ending 4 PM tomorrow. Snow over central Puget Sound (maybe an inch) and several inches over portions of NW Washington. The NWS concurs on this. Hopefully won't mess up this forecast! The mountains, particularly the north Cascades, will get lots of snow too. The lowland snow is mainly from roughly 6 AM through 10-11 AM and then it turns to rain. Could have transitional periods of sleet and freezing rain. If the latter, be really careful if you have to drive. The roads in Seattle are really much better now (I saw TWO SDOT trucks in short drive today, hitting the roads with lots of salt!)

Freezing rain occurs when rain falls into a subfreezing air level and cools below freezing. YES, you CAN have liquid water when temps get to freezing and below. It is called supercooled water. Clouds have lots of it! When freezing rain hits a cold surface it freezes on contact. By noon it all should be over....
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