SEATTLE (AP) -- Forecasters say the latest cold front moving through Washington will bring rain showers but not too much snow, except in the mountains.
A chance of snow for Western Washington lowlands that appeared possible in Sunday's forecast had largely changed to rain by Monday. But heavy snow is expected in the Cascades with 8 to 18 inches possible by Tuesday.
Meteorologist Mike McFarland in Seattle says there's a chance of a couple of inches of snow Tuesday morning in places like Lake Stevens and Granite Falls.
Forecasters expect a windy day Monday in Eastern Washington and a chance of rain or snow showers Monday night.
By mid-week the Weather Service sees mostly clear skies across the state and highs in the 50s. McFarland says it could hit 60 Thursday in Seattle.