The National Weather Service has issued a special weather statement regarding the possibility of some low elevation snow.
Temperatures near the valley floor are near freezing this morning, and snow is likely at the lowest elevations.
The precipitation could affect Camas, Washougal and Vancouver.
Most locations will see little to no accumulation. However, spotty amounts, anywhere from a dusting to up to one inch, are possible across the region through the morning hours.
The best chances for accumulating snow will be above 500 feet. Any accumulations will be short-lived and should melt within a couple of hours.
The NWS advisers drivers to be prepared for the possibility of light snow on some of the roads.