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Monday: Dry but cloudy and foggy this morning. Freezing fog is out there and roads are slick, so be careful! Moisture moves in this afternoon. Light snow and mixed showers north of I-90 possible by this afternoon, mostly rain south of I-90. NE Washington & N. Panhandle could see some accumulating snow. High: 33°

Monday Night: It's actually a warm front that's moving through today, and that will cause temps to warm UP by this evening. That turns any precip over to rain, but surface temps will be below freezing....which means freezing rain. Look for that chance between 5-10pm. Low: 28°
 
Tuesday: Lingering showers for the morning hours. Like today, the TYPE of precip is really going to depend on temperatures and elevation but at this point looking like a mixed bag throughout the morning. Drying up by Tuesday afternoon, and New Years Eve looking dry as we usher in the New Year. High: 37°
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