- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 19, 2014

SEATTLE (AP) - There’s one more front in the parade of winter storms that have been blowing through Washington for the past week-and-and-a-half.

The National Weather Service forecasts more wind and rain Wednesday night and Thursday in Western Washington with 1-to-2 feet more snow in the Cascades.

Forecasters say the front will be followed by drier but cooler weather Friday with a chance of showers through the weekend that could fall as snow in parts of the Western Washington lowlands.

Snow is forecasts Thursday across northeast Washington and lingering into the weekend in the mountains of Eastern Washington.

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