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Winter Storm Watch issued December 07 at 2:37AM PST until December 09 at 4:00PM PST by NWS

...WINTER STORM FOR MUCH OF THE REGION POSSIBLE LATE THIS WEEK... .A LONG PERIOD OF LIGHT ACCUMULATING SNOW WILL ADD UP TO POSSIBLE MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OVER A 24 TO 36 HOUR PERIOD. ACCUMULATING SNOW WILL BEGIN THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN THE CASCADES AND BEGINNING THURSDAY EVENING OVER THE REST OF THE REGION. THE SNOW WILL TAPER OFF OVER MOST AREAS BY LATE FRIDAY...SNOW SHOWERS

Overnight

Lo20° Cloudy

Wednesday

Hi25° Decreasing Clouds

Wednesday Night

Lo15° Partly Cloudy then Chance Snow

Thursday

Hi24° Snow

Thursday Night

Lo21° Snow

Friday

Hi29° Chance Snow

Friday Night

Lo21° Chance Snow

Saturday

Hi31° Chance Snow

Saturday Night

Lo22° Mostly Cloudy

Sunday

Hi32° Slight Chance Snow

Celebrate Cashmere Festival Queen Dani Kenoyer fixes her crown before riding the festival's float in the parade Saturday.

Celebrate Cashmere Festival Queen Dani Kenoyer fixes her crown before riding the festival's float in the parade Saturday.

Local swim teams were the banner carriers at the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Grand Parade.

Local swim teams were the banner carriers at the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Grand Parade.

Along the Celebrate Cashmere Festival parade route, Crunch Pak employees threw t-shirts to the crowd.

Along the Celebrate Cashmere Festival parade route, Crunch Pak employees threw t-shirts to the crowd.

The Boswell family was honored during the
Celebrate Cashmere Festival Grand Parade Saturday.

The Boswell family was honored during the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Grand Parade Saturday.

Celebrate Cashmere Festival Queen Dani Kenoyer and her court ride the festival's float in the parade Saturday through downtown Cashmere.

Celebrate Cashmere Festival Queen Dani Kenoyer and her court ride the festival's float in the parade Saturday through downtown Cashmere.

The weather held so no rainbow was needed as Washington State Apple Blossom princess Nikara Moran, left, and queen Roslyn Thompson ride the festival float in the Celebrate Cashmere Festival grand parade Saturday.

The weather held so no rainbow was needed as Washington State Apple Blossom princess Nikara Moran, left, and queen Roslyn Thompson ride the festival float in the Celebrate Cashmere Festival grand parade Saturday.

Wenatchee Applarian Sharon Cockrum dances with Anastacia Ellis, 2, Wenatchee, during Saturday's Celebrate Cashmere festival parade. The Washington State Apple Blossom float is in the background. For more photographs, see a photo gallery at www.wenatcheeworld.com.

Wenatchee Applarian Sharon Cockrum dances with Anastacia Ellis, 2, Wenatchee, during Saturday's Celebrate Cashmere festival parade. The Washington State Apple Blossom float is in the background. For more photographs, see a photo gallery at www.wenatcheeworld.com.

This is the first year that Cashmere's annual celebration's name was changed to "Celebrate Cashmere Festival."

This is the first year that Cashmere's annual celebration's name was changed to "Celebrate Cashmere Festival."

The Cashmere Fire Department set up their ladder truck and hoses to spray anyone who wanted to get wet in front of their firehouse Saturday during the Celebrate Cashmere Festival.

The Cashmere Fire Department set up their ladder truck and hoses to spray anyone who wanted to get wet in front of their firehouse Saturday during the Celebrate Cashmere Festival.

Ping Pong balls fall from a helicopter as children try to gather them from the air and from the ground during the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Saturday.

Ping Pong balls fall from a helicopter as children try to gather them from the air and from the ground during the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Saturday.

Zane Anderson, 6, Seattle, finds himself alone in a pile of Ping Pong balls that were dropped from a helicopter during the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Saturday. The kids could turn the balls in for prizes.

Zane Anderson, 6, Seattle, finds himself alone in a pile of Ping Pong balls that were dropped from a helicopter during the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Saturday. The kids could turn the balls in for prizes.

Ping Pong balls drop from a helicopter during the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Saturday.

Ping Pong balls drop from a helicopter during the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Saturday.

A garbage sack full of ping pong balls falls on heads and in sacks of children grouped below the helicopter from where they came at Saturday's Celebrate Cashmere festival. The kids turned in the balls they gathered for prizes. For more on the celebration see page A2 of today's newspaper and a photo gallery at www.wenatcheeworld.com.

A garbage sack full of ping pong balls falls on heads and in sacks of children grouped below the helicopter from where they came at Saturday's Celebrate Cashmere festival. The kids turned in the balls they gathered for prizes. For more on the celebration see page A2 of today's newspaper and a photo gallery at www.wenatcheeworld.com.

Children with bags of Ping Pong balls turn them in for prizes at the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Saturday.

Children with bags of Ping Pong balls turn them in for prizes at the Celebrate Cashmere Festival Saturday.