Friday morning could bring more snow, but it will likely be lighter than what fell Thursday morning.
The snow seen in some pockets of the Puget Sound region Thursday may return Friday morning.
The National Weather Service in Seattle said it may be cold enough for spotty rain showers to produce about 1 inch of snow for morning commuters. All flurries would turn into rain by 10 a.m. Friday, meteorologist Chris Burke said.
Some King County Metro buses were delayed or using snow routes Thursday morning due to light snow, but all have since returned to regular routes. You can sign up for email or text-message alerts about Metro buses, including a specific route, here.
There’s virtually no chance this round of snow will lead to anything like the record-breaking snow event that shut down streets last month, meteorologist Jacob DeFlitch said.