Forecasters expect a rainy weekend in Washington as a pair of wet, warm fronts blow into the state on the jet stream
After several days of heavy rains, high winds expected Thursday evening could topple trees onto power lines causing outages in Western Washington.
A series of strong weather fronts with high winds and heavy rains could lead to flooding and landslides this week in Western Washington.
Forecasters say heavy rain will blow into Washington Monday afternoon through Wednesday.
Forecasters say the frigid temperatures in Washington will moderate over the next couple of days with the weather changing on Wednesday.
The Transportation Department reports snow or ice Thursday morning on most highway mountain passes in Washington.
Frigid wind gusts that knocked trees onto power lines in western Washington were easing Wednesday, but the cold lingered, with a chance of snow Thursday south of Olympia and south of Interstate 90 in eastern Washington, forecasters said.
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.
Forecasters say Friday’s rain in Washington should ease by the time Halloween trick-or-treaters hit the streets but there’s still a chance of showers.
The National Weather Service is forecasting a cool, wet Halloween in most of Washington.