We know one thing for sure: no matter what a groundhog says on February 1st, Spring will arrive on March 20th and roll into Summer on June 21st.

Even though we're enjoying the sunshine and mid to upper 50s this week, the forecast is calling for, at least a chance, of snow this weekend.

Will it Snow in Yakima This Weekend?

Well, if it does snow, it doesn't appear that it's likely to amount to much. Currently, the National Weather Service forecast for the Yakima Valley calls for partly to mostly sunny skies on Friday and Saturday with high temperatures in the low to mid-50s and relatively calm winds. The chance for precipitation, estimated at 30%, comes on Saturday night, and the snow level on Sunday is predicted to be at around 1200 feet. So, if snow were falling, we could see some in Yakima's points of higher ground.

Will There be Snow on the Mountain Passes This Weekend?

According to the Washington State Department of Transportation website:

Friday Night – The forecast on Snoqualmie Pass is calling for a slight chance of snow after 4 am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 29. The chance of precipitation is 20%. New snow accumulation of less than half an inch is possible.

Saturday – Snoqualmie has a chance of snow before 1 pm, then rain and snow. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 34. The chance of precipitation is 80%. New snow accumulation of 3 to 5 inches is possible

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