Warm front to pass through Mid-Columbia this weekend

Tri-City HeraldDecember 18, 2013 

Yes, kids, there's a chance of snow Friday just before winter break. But it's a slim chance.

A warm front is expected to move through the Mid-Columbia on Friday and Saturday, bringing the possibility of snow, according to forecasts from the National Weather Service.

However, the resulting storm would mostly affect areas to the east of Walla Walla, with significant snow accumulations possible in the Blue Mountains. That means the possibility of snow in the Tri-Cities is 20 percent at best, according to some forecasts.

And don't get your hopes up for a white Christmas, either. The possibility of snow on Dec. 25 in Kennewick is listed at 8 percent, according to the weather service.

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