Lingering cool weather and a La Nina pattern is pushing out the date of the last possible frost to mid-April.
Thunderstorms, hail, and those little snowballs called graupel are common for our area in March.
Rain and wind in the lowlands this week could bring localized power outages and landslides.
Our photographers and the community share their pictures from Valentine's Day 2021.
Four to eight inches of snow could blanket our local area between Thursday and Saturday.
A few stray flakes might show up for Super Bowl Sunday before an arctic blast reaches the region.
Colder and wetter weather is coming for next week, but lowland snow fans will be disappointed.
After a wet, windy, and warm start, January settles down into a drier cooler pattern.
The lowlands can expect 1-1/2 inches of rain while the Cascades could see up to 5 inches.
One of the driest and warmest starts to December will give way to rain, and a lot of it.