We're starting off our morning with breezy conditions and wet weather. Thanks to a cold front that's pushing through the region, Monday will be the windiest and wettest day of the workweek. However, the steady rain will become scattered this afternoon. Expect high temperatures to reach the mid-50s (about 5 degrees below the "norm" for this time of the year).
If you're traveling through the Cascades, you'll be dealing with snow as another 2 to 4 inches will fall. There's a winter weather advisory in effect through noon today, with the heaviest snow falling near Stevens Pass. Make sure to click HERE for your up-to-the-minute road report.
In the meantime, we'll dodge some rain on Tuesday as conditions will start to dry out. Wednesday is our transition day as conditions start turning sunny. Long range models are calling for the warmth (near 70 degrees) to return by Thursday and Friday.
The first day of boating season looks gorgeous, as of now.