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Soggy, gray weather pattern expected to continue through week
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Soggy, gray weather pattern expected to continue through week

It’s another day of active weather across western Washington. We'll have a mix of showers and just a few sunbreaks throughout Sunday, along with some gusty winds. Highs today will be a few degrees cooler than Saturday, only getting to the mid to upper 40s.

The mountains will see plenty of snow during the day with up to 8 inches of new snow in the higher elevations. Both Stevens and Snoqualmie pass will likely see several inches, so plan on winter driving conditions.

Monday we are in between systems for most of the day. Highs will stay in the mid-40s.

Late in the day, plan on increasing clouds as the next system moves onshore. 

Overnight into Tuesday the rain and gusty winds will return along with the steady rain.

Tuesday is looking soggy and gray. Add in some gusty winds and you get a pretty nasty day. 

Our next best chance of any real sunbreaks doesn't come until Wednesday afternoon.

Theron Zahn
The KOMO4 Forecasting Team

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