SEATTLE (AP) — Forecasters expect drier weather the next few days in Washington, with higher high temperatures but a chance of freezing Monday night in parts of Eastern Washington.
The National Weather Service says Wednesday will likely be the warmest day in Western Washington with highs in the 70s. Clouds return by the end of the week with a chance of showers.
In Eastern Washington, forecasters say the dry and sunny weather won’t prevent temperatures from falling below freezing Monday night. Lows will be in the 30s through Friday but the highs should reach the 70s.
The Weather Service issued a freeze warning until 8 a.m. Tuesday for areas that include the Yakima Valley and lower Columbia Basin.
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