Updated Thursday 10:40 a.m.
It'll remain wet through much of the morning -- leading to steady rain well after lunchtime.
Snow will pile up in the mountains as a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY continues through 6am Saturday. In the higher elevations (Baker, Stevens) -- we could pick up roughly 12-16 inches of snow. About half of a foot of snow isn't out of the question near Snoqualmie Pass.
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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