Snow is coming to parts of Washington in the next few days, but Thurston County looks like it will be spared.
Q13 meteorologist Walter Kelley says there will be significant snow in the mountains, with Snoqualmie Pass getting more than 8 inches late Thursday into early Friday.
In Puget Sound, snow accumulation should stay above 1,000 feet, says KIRO 7’s Morgan Palmer.
At KING-5, meteorologist Rich Marriott says areas near Bellingham and on the north end of the Olympic Peninsula have the best chances for snow Friday.
Olympia’s forecast, meanwhile, calls for rain through Sunday. Lows may dip below freezing in some places overnight the next few days, but highs will be in the mid to upper 40s.