Freezing temps across Wash. as cold snap continues

Freezing temps across Wash. as cold snap continues
A sign displays below-freezing temperatures outside a cold weather shelter in Lynnwood.
SEATTLE - Temperatures dropped below freezing overnight across Washington and the National Weather Service says the frigid cold is likely to stick around through the weekend.

Some overnight temperatures early Wednesday: 29 at Sea-Tac Airport, 27 at Tacoma, 26 at Everett, 20 at Vancouver, 18 at Olympia, 24 at Portland, Ore., 12 at Spokane, 15 at Wenatchee and Yakima, 13 at Pasco, and minus-1 at Pullman.

Conditions are mostly dry but forecasters say there's a chance of snow flurries Thursday night.

Friday and Saturday may be even colder as more frigid air invades from the north. Then there is a possibility of light snow late Sunday or early next week as temperatures moderate and clouds return.

The rain could make its return by Tuesday.