Rain and wind pounded Washington and Oregon on Monday, flooding streets, toppling large trucks, cutting power to more than 20,000 people and causing at least one death.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for portions of Washington because of heavy rains expected Tuesday and Wednesday.
Drivers crossing the Washington Cascades are likely to see the first snow of the season this weekend in the mountain passes.
According to an article in USNews.com, the Northwest ranks right up there with New England when it comes to lush fall color and beautiful road trips.
WA fire management officials said the fire is now 25 percent contained, up from 10 percent, in the fire that broke out Tuesday near Cle Elum, WA.
It may be spring, but the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch through Thursday for the Olympics and Cascades.
Brace yourselves: Spring arrives next week, but this week still looks like winter in Washington.
Forecasters say the latest cold front moving through Washington will bring rain showers but not too much snow, except in the mountains. And Seattle temps may be warming up!
The National Weather Service says Wednesday morning’s snow showers in parts of Western Washington are turning to rain. But heavier snow is falling in the Cascades, and forecasters say nearly all of Eastern Washington will have accumulations today.
A winter storm is bringing another shot of snow to parts of Washington.