Seattle braces for two more rounds of snow in 44 hours

Two more winter weather systems are expected to hit the Puget Sound area in the next 48 hours, according to the National Weather Service.
These two additional storms come as Seattle digs out of one of the heaviest snowfalls to hit the city in three decades.

The first round of snow on Sunday afternoon could bring up to 2 inches of additional snow to the downtown area, and 4 inches farther north, said Jacob DeFlitch, NWS meteorologist.

The second system on Monday could dump an additional 6 inches to 8 inches of snow on downtown Seattle by Tuesday morning.

There is a possibility that some of the precipitation could fall as sleet or rain.

“There is significant uncertainty in regards to precipitation type, especially Seattle south,” the National Weather Service says. “Expect some additional changes to the forecast.”

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