That's my plea as I read my personalized weather forecast email from KOMO TV in Seattle this morning.
MOIST AIR WILL CONTINUE TO STREAM INTO WESTERN WASHINGTON TODAY AND TONIGHT WITH THE SNOW LEVEL AROUND 1000 FEET. LOWLAND SHOWERS WILL LIKELY BE MIXED WITH SNOW AT TIMES...ESPECIALLY NORTH OF SEATTLE.
ANOTHER FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY...WITH SNOW LEVELS BELOW 1000 FEET. COLD AND UNSETTLED WEATHER WILL CONTINUE INTO NEXT WEEK.
Today: Showers are scattered across the area THIS MORNING WITH SNOW IN THE MOUNTAINS. Highs in the low 40’s.
HEAVY SNOW WARNING will CONTINUE until NOON FOR ANOTHER 3 TO 6 INCHES.
SHOWERS WILL DECREASE ACROSS THE LOWLANDS AS WELL LATER TODAY AND TONIGHT. SNOW LEVELS WILL REMAIN QUITE LOW...PROBABLY AROUND 500-1000 FEET IT COULD BECOME A PROBLEM IN SPOTS.
THINGS BECOME MORE COMPLICATED OVER THE WEEKEND. SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE SATURDAY WITH COOLER AIR ALOFT STILL WORKING INTO THE AREA. A mix to some snow is forecast late Saturday into Sunday.
AT THIS POINT IS FOR A MAINLY SNOW EVENT FAR N INTERIOR. OTHER AREAS WOULD LIKELY START AS RAIN AND POSSIBLY CHANGE TO OR MIX WITH SNOW AT SOME POINT IN THE EVENT...ESPECIALLY N OF SEATTLE.
GIVEN THIS IS A POTENTIALLY SIGNIFICANT EVENT AND ALSO A BIG TRAVEL DAY...THE FORECAST SHOULD BE MONITORED CLOSELY.
Temperatures will stay in the 30’s for highs and low will likely drop into the upper 20’s in Seattle.
Updated Friday 4:03 a.m." (I'm probably between 0 and 200 feet about sea level)
I'm determined to go about my business and hope they are wrong on this forecast. However the temperature is dropping, it's 38 degrees on the the outdoor thermometer on my porch.
So I guess as the day goes on, I'll see what happens. I'm going to go to the post office to get stamps for my England & Canada bound Christmas cards and also try to get my hair cut today. I just realized ....I have no left overs, except green bean casserole. But I do have some left over vegetable soup that I made last Monday evening. So I guess that will do.