WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Snow sightings still possible this week

The Olympics are finally getting the kind of snowcap you expect to see by now – Ann Anderson took the photo (and calls your attention to the Surf Scoters on the water – a rarer sight than they used to be). The newest forecast still suggests we might see a bit of snow at times this week, but no one’s predicting anything major, so far, and we’re not yet under any weather alerts. The first possibility of a little snow could be early tomorrow morning, with a possible snow-rain mix. Snow or no snow, temperatures will be below normal, too, so be ready for a wintry week.

2 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Snow sightings still possible this week"

  • Kersti Elisabeth Muul November 27, 2022 (10:14 pm)

    Surf Scoters tend to hang out in rafts of 100+ down in the Arroyos 

  • Ann November 28, 2022 (9:36 pm)

    Thanks Kersti.  With Surf scoter #s still on the decline on Puget Sound, was pleased to count 200+  immediately off Anchor Park that morning.

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