By Brian Lada – AccuWeather
People who are dreaming of a white Christmas across the interior Northwest may see their dreams come true this year as another storm is set to impact the region just in time for the holiday.
A major snowstorm is not expected to unfold for the holidays, but the storm will still bring a blanket of snow to areas east of the Cascade Mountain Range and into part of the Plains.
Those west of the Cascades from Seattle, Washington, through Medford, Oregon, can count on rain rather than snow, washing away the hopes of having a white Christmas.
However, this storm is not expected to bring nearly as much rain as the storm that soaked the region over the weekend.
The storm will begin to impact the region late on Tuesday with rain moving into western Washington before evolving into widespread rain and snow for Wednesday.
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