SEATTLE (AP) -- "Snow" has entered the weather forecast for next week in Washington.
The possible amount of snow that far out is uncertain, and the National Weather Service is watching how conditions develop. Forecasters are more sure that cold dry weather will continue for the rest of this week.
The Weather Service says a front will move into the Pacific Northwest over the weekend that could bring snow showers to the Western Washington lowlands Sunday and into next week.
Heavy snow is possible in the mountains, and forecasters say there's a good chance of snow next week accumulating in the valleys of Eastern Washington.