The National Weather Service says that periods of lowland snow are possible late Saturday night through next week.
While the possibility of snow is primarily being forecast outside Grays Harbor, the region will see weather conditions that could bring some lowland snow.
Sub-freezing temperatures are expected tonight through Saturday morning, with patchy freezing fog possible.
Cooler temperatures and low snow levels will persist through much of the week.
Two separate systems will produce chances for lowland snow Saturday night through early Monday and again Tuesday night through Thursday.
Officials say the highest probabilities for at least minor accumulations across all of the lowlands currently are expected Tuesday night through Thursday.
WEATHER AND IMPACT OUTLOOK
Freezing Fog (late)
Freezing Fog (AM)
CONFIDENCE AND DETAILS
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