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December 1, 2014 at 5:52 AM

Cold temperatures to ease by midweek in Washington

Honeysuckle left over from last summer and fall, is seen along Third Avenue Northwest in Northwest Seattle early Monday morning. The honeysuckle flower is known for its attractiveness to butterflies and hummingbirds. Temperatures this morning are in the low 20s with warming  expected later this week. (Photo by Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)

Honeysuckle left over from last summer and fall, is seen along Third Avenue Northwest in Northwest Seattle early Monday morning. The honeysuckle flower is known for its attractiveness to butterflies and hummingbirds. Temperatures this morning are in the low 20s with warming expected later this week. (Photo by Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)

The Associated Press

Forecasters say the frigid temperatures in Washington will moderate over the next couple of days with the weather changing on Wednesday.

The National Weather Service expects warmer temperatures and clouds with a chance of rain in Western Washington from midweek into the weekend.

Lake Stevens, Granite Falls, North Kitsap and South Whidbey schools are starting two hours late. Check for the status on your school district here.

In Eastern Washington, forecasters say temperatures will remain cold with a chance of light rain or snow from Wednesday night into the weekend.

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