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Whatcom County forecast to see low temperatures in the 20s and below next week

Forecast temperatures for February 22, 2022, at 7am based on ECMWF model as of February 17, 2022. Source: Windy.com

WHATCOM COUNTY, Wash. — Unseasonably cold and dry weather is forecast for Whatcom County next week beginning Monday following a wet and windy weekend.

Forecasters with the Seattle office of the National Weather Service say they expect colder to filter into western Washington on Monday as weekend precipitation tapers off.

There will be a possibility of snow in the Cascades and flurries in the lowlands away from the water during the transition between weather systems, especially in Whatcom County. Northeasterly winds are expected to arrive Monday, pulling frigid Artic air across Whatcom County resulting in morning temperatures at or below freezing through mid-week with dry conditions for much of the area.

Currently expected morning lows based on the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts model (ECMWF) for locations around Whatcom County next week are as follows.

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MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday
Blaine29252325
Lynden28242023
Sumas27222022
Glacier164910
Acme171813
Sudden Valley23121821
Bellingham29242630
Lummi Island36293437
Ferndale30252528
Sandy Point33283134

More seasonal temperatures and precipitation are currently expected to return to the area late Thursday with the possibility of snow or a snow/rain mix during the transition.


Whatcom News readers are encouraged to stay up to date with the current weather forecast for their specific locations via the Whatcom News Weather page. Tapping anywhere on the map will display a detailed location-specific forecast.

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