Friday will have off-and-on rain mixed with sun breaks. Afternoon highs will be in the upper 30s to mid-40s. Snow levels will rise up to 1,000-1,500 feet.
By Friday evening, only a few showers should be left in western Washington and in the Cascades, where precipitation will fall as snow.
Saturday - Monday
Saturday will see a mix of a few showers with sunshine.
We may see partly to mostly sunny skies on Sunday and Monday with no precipitation of any kind. However, temperatures will cool despite the sunshine.
There is a chance snow levels may once again drop to about 300-500 feet later Tuesday. So there is a risk of rain or snow showers midweek.
It is too far away to make any exact predictions for the next weather system, but right now it doesn't look like it will bring much in the way of snow.
Check back for updates and keep an eye on the forecast.