Isolated thunderstorms and mountain snow Mother’s Day weekend

Otto I. Eovaldi

It feels substantially more like March than Could! Temps stay perfectly underneath-normal this week.

Currently will be moist, chilly and breezy. There could be graupel (modest, smooth snow pellets), small hail and lightning mixed with the showers. Rain could be major in some sites, especially bordering Snohomish and King Counties.

I have a sensation the roof will be shut for the Mariners tonight 🙂 

There could even be snow above the passes the upcoming couple of times! Make guaranteed to look at WSDOT problems and the forecast prior to you travel over the mountain highways.

Check out Futurecast for showers and thunderstorms this weekend: 

Mother’s Working day will be chilly with typically cloudy to partly sunny skies. A couple showers and thunderstorms could bubble up, but it’s going to be much drier than today’s rain. 

Temps keep way under-normal all 7 days. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday appear largely dry with just gentle, passing showers. There may perhaps be more than enough instability in the environment Thursday to fireplace off a pair thunderstorms. Damp and unsettled weather conditions lingers into Friday (and very possible outside of that). 

On very last intriguing take note: Countrywide Temperature Service Spokane confirmed a twister touched down in Spokane Friday night time all over 7:15. It was weak and temporary even so, it prompted damages at a cell dwelling park. NWS Spokane is surveying the destruction nowadays to test the rating and route of this tornado. It may well have an update later on tonight. 

I hope you all have a great weekend. Thank you so much for picking FOX 13. 


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