SPOKANE, Wash. -- (AP) -- Below-normal, frigid temperatures are forecast to continue into the weekend in Washington and then begin to moderate next week.
The National Weather Service says lows in Western Washington will be around freezing or below. Lows in Eastern Washington will be in single digits.
Forecasters say there's a chance of light snow in places Thursday night and Friday night in Western Washington and through the weekend in Eastern Washington.
A warmer, wetter pattern is expected to move into Washington next week with temperatures returning to seasonal norms.