There’s a chance of snow on Wednesday night in Seattle, but it will likely only fall in higher elevations around the city. According to our news partners, The Seattle Times, a cold front moving in mid-week could drop the snow level well below 1,000 feet. “Maybe the tops of the higher hills could get an inch or two, places like the Cascade foothills, the Issaquah Highlands or the top of Queen Anne,” Danny Mercer of the Weather Service told the Times.
Until then, wet weather is expected this evening and tomorrow, with a high of 50 tomorrow, according to the National Weather Service. The high drops to 46 on Wednesday and down to 38 on Thursday, bringing the possibility of snow. The rest of the week will stay wet and chilly, with highs still hovering in the high 30s.