The National Weather Service says days of heavy rainfall have increased the threat of landslides in western Washington.
The National Weather Service says a series of storms are headed for the Northwest that will bring waves of rain with short breaks through the weekend.
Forecasters say a storm blowing into Washington Thursday night and Friday will bring rain to western Washington and snow to the mountains. It also will bring snow or freezing rain to parts of eastern Washington that will persist through the weekend.
Forecasters say the pattern of morning fog and sunny afternoons will likely end Wednesday as rain moves into Washington on Thursday.
So much rain and snow has fallen across Washington state in recent weeks that there’s little chance of a statewide drought being declared this year, water supply experts said Monday.
Washington residents can expect the rainy weather to continue into next week, after a possible sunbreak Friday.
A wet weekend is forecast for Washington, especially in the mountains of Western Washington.
The National Weather Service says the cool, wet start to fall will continue into midweek in Washington.
The National Weather Service has issued flood watch for Western Washington as heavy rain soaks the region Thursday.
The blue skies and sun that have been shining down on the Seattle area for more than a week are ending just in time for Mother’s Day.