The Seattle area could see light snow Saturday night and Sunday, but it’s not likely to stick.
A winter storm watch is in effect for most of the northern interior Puget Sound, as far south as Everett, said Johnny Burg, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Seattle. Those areas could see three to five inches of snow through Sunday.
But Seattle and King County probably won’t be hit hard, with perhaps an inch of snow at elevations higher than 500 feet, according to the Weather Service forecast.
“There could be some rain with snow mixed in at times, however we’re not looking for anything to stick except on the higher hills,” Burg said.
Some areas north of Seattle saw snow during the day Saturday.