National Weather Service
A blast of wintry weather blew into parts of the Rockies and Upper Midwest on Monday, bringing a foot of snow in some areas, along with plunging temperatures. The cold weather is expected to eventually blanket the central U.S. from the Rockies to the Great Lakes region.
Arctic air pushing into the Northwest Tuesday and Wednesday is expected to bring the first hard freeze of the season in much of Washington and Oregon.
The National Weather Service is forecasting a cool, wet Halloween in most of Washington.
The National Weather Service says it will be a breezy, wet weekend in the Northwest with strong winds possible Saturday and Saturday night in parts of Washington and Oregon.
Record rain has fallen in three Western Washington cities and high winds hit several areas as a strong fall weather system moved across the area.
The Weather Service forecasts significant rainfall Monday night and Tuesday in Western Washington with showery weather continuing across the state until the weekend.
With the start of fall, here come the clouds and a forecast of rain for Washington.
High winds and warm temperatures are challenging Northwest firefighters, especially in the typically windy Columbia River Gorge where a windblown wildfire on the Washington side damaged three homes and smoke from a fire on the Oregon side temporarily restricted traffic on Interstate 84.
The massive wildfire that has destroyed about 150 homes in north-central Washington is now more than half contained, officials said Wednesday night
Wetter, cooler weather has helped firefighters make progress in their efforts to get the largest wildfire in Washington state’s history under control.