Listen: Shannon O'donnell, Seattle And Eight Degrees discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"News. And check of the forecast now. Shannon O'Donnell looks like it's going to be a little bit wet. Yeah. Just a little bit of precipitation coming in overnight riding in over that cold air. No big deal. I'd be careful we just count on the fact that it could still be slippery because temps art are still around freezing out. They're not nearly as cold as it has been instead of the low twenty s were in the low thirties, but we're in the low thirty s with precipitation on top of that that may result and some freezing rain some pockets of sleet could see some black guy. So for all the holiday revelers out very late night and early Saturday morning drive with caution just count on the fact that that could be slippery before we scour out the cold air. But scoured out we do in the lowlands temps tomorrow back into the forties to near fifty with a partly sunny Saturday. It looks pretty decent for the first half of the weekend, a second stronger disturbances usual ondeck behind the first two nasty. We in on Sunday, it will be wet at times and breezy for Puget Sound normal. Temperatures forties. So no lowland snow at all at that point. And over the cascades. Yeah, that's up over the high train. So we will see some snow look for some trouble in the passes on Sunday afternoon and evening, a mixture of snow and freezing rain could make crossing the cascades tricky, we'll keep you posted. All right. Thank you, Shannon right now about thirty eight. Eight degrees in Seattle and."