Updated Thursday 5:00 a.m.
Welcome to Friday -- and start gearing up for some ACTIVE WEATHER coming our way. First off, it'll remain wet at times on the morning commute with temperatures in the upper 40s.
The "heart" of the system comes our way this afternoon and that's going to give us plenty of rain (about a half an inch to an inch). Snow will pile up in the mountains as a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY starts at 10am and continues through 6am Saturday. In the higher elevations (Baker, Stevens) -- we could pick up roughly 12-16 inches of snow.
A second, weaker system rolls through on Saturday with light rain at times and blustery winds with highs around 50.
A little bit stronger storm comes in on Sunday for another round of steady rains and gusty winds to CenturyLink Field. More mountain snow is likely -- with Snoqualmie Pass possibly looking at about 2 feet of snow near the summit by Monday.
It'll remain wet at times next week, although no major storms are on the horizon for Thanksgiving -- which is some good news.
KOMO 4cast Team
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