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January 27, 2014 at 6:14 AM

Rain, snow forecast midweek in Washington

The Associated Press

After one more dry day, a change is expected in Washington’s weather tomorrow.

The National Weather Service says light precipitation is expected Tuesday with a little more light rain and moderate mountain snow Wednesday and Thursday.

The snow level is expected to drop below the Cascade pass level Wednesday afternoon, but no significant accumulations are expected.

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