No Snow, But It’s Going To Stay Cold
SEATTLE (AP) — The National Weather Service doesn’t expect much more snow will fall in the next few days in Washington, but cold temperatures will stick around and drop to single digits Saturday morning at many locations in Eastern Washington.
Forecasters say the cold air will bring mostly clear skies through the weekend, with a chance of snow flurries Saturday in some areas.
The Weather Service says the cold dry air will likely cover the state through the middle of next week, leading to air stagnation.
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