After a few snow showers sprung up across the area on Monday, the rest of the Seattle-area workweek will clear to mostly sunny skies through the weekend.
Highs for the latter part of the week will take a slight dip compared to Monday, with highs moderating in the middle 30s until Friday. For the weekend, temperatures will dip even further into the lower 30s and down into the upper 20s for daytime highs.
Each day will feature mostly sunny skies with some times of passing clouds. Overnight lows through Thursday will be in the lower 20s and will take a sharp dive into the mid- and upper teens for the weekend.
Windiness and other factors may make temperatures feels even colder than they actually are, nearly 10 degrees lower at the start of the week but diminishing to only a degree or two difference by the start of the weekend.
The next good chance of precipitation in the area will be next Monday, when some cold rain and early morning ice will likely disrupt some travel.
A storm with rain and heavy snow is stretching across the East Coast and Appalachians.
Travel delays may carry over into Thanksgiving across the Northeast in the wake of Wednesday's winter storm.
In the wake of the snowstorm that grazed the Pittsburgh area on Wednesday, the region will only have to contend with minor weather-related issues this Thanksgiving weekend.
Boston will get a break from wintry storms for the balance of the Thanksgiving weekend.
New York City will get a break from wintry storms for the balance of the Thanksgiving weekend.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, will get a break from wintry storms for the balance of the Thanksgiving weekend.
New England Coast (1898)
Famous "Portland" storm formed off Cape Cod with loss of 200 lives. Many others were lost to the raging sea in 50 small vessels. A total of 27 inches of snow in New London, CT; 15 inches at Waterbury, CT. Peak wind was 72 mph in Boston. Boston received more than a foot of snow.
Second heavy snowfall in three days hits the region with 12 inches on the ground in NJ; 14 inches in NY; greatest November snow in New England since 1898.
Nation devastated by terrible floods -- 400 people killed.