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"About six AM. Your next report at eleven forty four Jay Phillips. Komo news, Geno. Donald has the forecast is another bitter cold went out there where dropping into the twenties quickly in most locations just outside of the metro area. Seattle dropping down to about freezing by dawn on Friday morning, and you know, the drill at this point watch for black ice widespread frost in some pockets of freezing fog out there could lead to an icy morning commute. Even if it's just by foot in fact, especially if it's just by foot take it easy stepping out of your own footsteps just in case eventually tomorrow. Increasing clouds a sign of precipitation due in late Friday into Saturday won't be much. Most of us just seeing some low rain, but a few fits and starts of wet snow mixing in with the foothill communities to manage the plateau area back toward the ridge. Best chance for some short-lived, wet chunky rain there as we head into Saturday morning won't last long little excitement as we get closer. In the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell this hour, thirty five degrees.."