The National Weather Service says the strong upper level ridge that has been causing stagnant air should give way Tuesday night and Wednesday to a Pacific frontal system.
Forecasters expect periods of rain or showers in Western Washington and light snow or mixed rain and snow in Eastern Washington into the weekend.
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