Kennewick — The National Weather Service has revised its forecast for the Tri-Cities Monday morning, predicting a 20 percent chance of snow rather than the freezing rain and sleet forecast earlier.
There could be some freezing rain later Monday or Monday night, but chances of precipitation remain at just 20 percent.
A series of storms is predicted throughout the work week, but warmer temperatures mean that precipitation is expected to fall as rain.
Monday the high in the Tri-Cities is expected to be just below freezing. But by Wednesday highs will be back in the 40s and lows above freezing in the Tri-Cities.