- Associated Press - Monday, November 16, 2015

SEATTLE (AP) - Wet and very windy weather conditions are expected for Tuesday in soggy Western Washington.

The National Weather Service in Seattle says a warm front was expected to drop more rain in Western Washington on Monday, but that harsher weather was coming later in the week.

In Eastern Washington, the National Weather Service in Spokane says there is a good chance of light to moderate snowfall at low elevations on Monday night. Very strong winds are forecast for Tuesday.

A forecast of snow will allow some ski areas in Western Washington and Canada to open this week.

One to two feet of new snow was predicted at Snoqualmie Pass and Stevens Pass on Monday night.



Winds will pick up on Tuesday in Western Washington, gusting into the 60 mph range.

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