Just when you thought we were in warmer weather, people in shorts and birds were singing, here comes that unpredictable weather saying we're due for more snow. Ugh!

After it snowed over the Cascades of the weekend it turns out this crazy weather isn't going anywhere as the forecast is calling for more of the white stuff and I don't mean marshmallows.

And if you seriously thought I was talking about marshmallows you're my new best friend.

Monday is calling for rain and snow mixed with Tuesday just flat-out saying watch for snow. Then a break of stuff falling from the sky on Wednesday but maybe more rain and/or snow on Thursday.

I honestly don't think it'll stick or anything like that. No cause for school delays in the valley however it may be worse conditions outside of town or heading over the passes.

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