A storm is expected to bring “significant snowfall” to the Cascade Mountains this weekend, forecasters said Thursday.
The National Weather Service said a cold front will move in Friday night (April 10) and send snow levels plummeting to 2,000 feet.
Some areas could see 6 to 11 inches of powder.
That means travelers on Snoqualmie Pass should be prepared for winter conditions. About 3 to 5 inches of snow could fall there.
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In Tacoma, the weather forecast looks like more April showers. There’s a chance of rain Saturday and Saturday with highs around 55.