SEATTLE (AP) — Forecasters say more wind and rain will hit Washington Monday night and Tuesday as another strong Pacific frontal system moves into the Northwest.
The National Weather Service says the Western Washington lowlands could get up to 1 inch of rain with 1 to 3 inches likely in the mountains. Sustained winds should peak in the 20 to 35 mph range with the highest gusts on the coast and north interior.
A cold front is expected to drop the snow level below the mountain pass level in the Cascades by Wednesday and carry a cool, showery pattern through the week across the state.
— Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.