Cold air from the Frasier River still lingers over Western Washington, and will continue to do so for the next few days. The National Weather Service is calling for another trough moving across the region early next week, bringing rain to the lowlands and more snow to the mountains. That’s the part I like to hear.
While we still have a few more “bitterly cold” days ahead (bringing squeaky snow and fluffy accumulations), the weather should shift to a more normal pattern, with rain down low and snow where we want it.
Good news for skiers!