Extended weather forecast for South King County, Dec. 29 to Jan. 3

  • Wednesday, December 29, 2021 2:44am
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Here is the extended forecast for South King County from Dec. 29 to Jan. 3.

Wednesday, Dec. 29

Moderate snow, high 31 degrees, low 14 degrees, chance of rain, 81 percent, wind southeast 6 miles per hour, visibility 5 miles, humidity 87 percent.

Thursday, Dec. 30

Heavy snow, high 29 degrees, low 12 degrees, chance of rain 80 percent, wind east-southeast 7 miles per hour, visibility 3 miles, humidity 94 percent.

Friday, Dec. 31

Light snow, high 32 degrees, low 9 degrees,chance of rain 83 percent, wind southeast 8 miles per hour, visibility 4 miles, humidity 93 percent.

Saturday, Jan. 1

Fog, high 37 degrees, low 17 degrees, chance of rain 84 percent, wind east-southeast 8 miles per hour, visibility 2 miles, humidity 98 percent.

Sunday, Jan. 2

Moderate or heavy snow showers, high 37 degrees, low 29 degrees,chance of rain 76 percent, wind east-southeast 14 miles per hour, visibility 5 miles, humidity 93 percent.

Monday, Jan. 3

Light sleet, high 35 degrees, low 24 degrees,chance of rain 51 percent, wind east southeast 12 miles per hour, visibility 3 miles, humidity 94 percent.

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