A few snow showers over SW Washington, stretching up south of Tacoma and south Seattle (not apparent on the radar). Keep in mind that snow does not show up well on radar and the south Sound is distant from the Camano and Langley Hill radars.
Temperatures are cold enough for snow and will remain cold enough through lunchtime tomorrow. The last observations over Seattle-Tacoma Airport (see below) indicates substantial warming to -2C around 750 hPa pressure (around 8-9 thousand feet), but well below-freezing air below. Eventually we will get a shallow above-freezing layer aloft, but that will probably result in giving us sleet initially and not freezing rain until the warm air aloft deepens.