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SEATTLE, Wash – Another round of winter weather is set to arrive in Western Washington on Sunday, the day before the official start of winter.  The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a winter storm warning for the Cascades starting at 10 pm Saturday until 10 am Sunday, the agency reported.

A weather system will move through the area bringing mountain snow and locally windy conditions.  And, minor flooding is also possible on the Skokomish River in Mason county on Sunday, the NWS reported.

Snowfall could be 1 – 2 feet, with the snow level remaining near 2000 feet.

Windy conditions tonight and on the Coast and in the North Interior (south winds 20-35 mph with gusts to 45 mph) the weather service reported.

Monday and Tuesday look to be more of the same.

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