Expect wet and mild weather today through parts of Thanksgiving Day as a series of storm systems brings several rounds of precipitation to all of Washington. If travel is part of your plans today, snow levels will be between 5-6,000 feet through Thursday allowing motorists to travel over mountain passes on mainly wet pavement.
The heaviest precipitation will be from late this morning through Wednesday morning, then will decrease slightly by Wednesday afternoon. We could see upwards of a half inch of precipitation in the Wenatchee Valley over the next 48 hours.
Along with a possible wet start to our Thanksgiving Day, we will also see windy conditions along with temperatures 10 degress above where we should be this time of year. But, late Friday and into the weekend, snow levels will begin to lower to around 3,000 feet just as some travelers are heading home.