The National Weather Service says there's a chance of rain Tuesday on the coast and northern part of Western Washington and again on Thanksgiving Day.
In Eastern Washington, sunny and chilly weather is expected at least through Wednesday then turning cloudy.
The current stretch of calm, clear skies has led to stagnant air and some burn restrictions in places across Washington.
Forecasters say more seasonal weather is likely this weekend that will improve air quality.
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