After relatively quiet weather over the weekend, a very active weather pattern is expected tonight and continue through the week. First, a wet and mild weather system will impact the Northwestern U.S. bringing the potential for heavy snows, a mix of lowland snow and rain, and breezy winds at times.
We will see the potential for heavy snow Tuesday into Wednesday especially across the Northern Mountains where up to a foot of new snow is possible. We have a 60% chance of snow tonight and a 90% chance on Tuesday and Tuesday night. On Wednesday, most of the precipitation in Northcentral Washington will be in the form of rain.
There is a slight chance of showers Wednesday night through Friday before another round of stormy weather moves in on Friday night bringing rain and snow showers through the upcoming weekend.