If you are heading over Snoqualmie Pass, be sure to have state approved traction tires.

The state Department of Transportation changed the travel requirements at 1:40 p.m. on Thursday as it was snowing hard in the pass when the temperature hit 33 degrees.

They are reporting snow and slush on the road. Since then, the road conditions are changing from slippery to bare and wet. Be sure to check with the WSDOT before you go.

On Thursday, cars, vans and pickups, traction tires were required, according to WSDOT. For vehicles with gross weight of 10,000 pounds or more, chains are required.

For the Friday, the state predicts 5 inches of snow to fall through tonight and the weather warming and turn any showers into rain.

On Saturday the temperatures will be in the 30s or low 40s with snow possibly returning at night.

Sunday might have some rain or snow showers, according to WSDOT.