The National Weather Service says the Western Washington lowlands could get up to 1 inch of rain with 1 to 3 inches likely in the mountains.
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.
Forecasters say the warm, dry weather continues in Washington, at least a couple more days.
Windy, wet weather has caused a large tree to crash into an apartment building in Kirkland, damaging several units.
Brace yourselves: Spring arrives next week, but this week still looks like winter in Washington.
A winter storm is bringing another shot of snow to parts of Washington.
The National Weather Service says a winter storm will move quickly through Washington Friday and Saturday with high surf on the coast, rain in Western Washington, snow in the Cascades and the northeast corner of the state.
Flood and wind advisories are in effect Saturday for Seattle and surrounding areas. Gusts up to 50 mph are possible and melting snow plus the addition of rain may cause urban and small stream flooding.
The snow that moved across Washington on Wednesday seems to be heaviest in the southwest corner of the state. Meanwhile, high winds have begun hammering parts of the Oregon coast, knocking down trees and causing power outages.
A major snowstorm is expected to hit Washington state Wednesday, piling between six to 12 inches of snow in Seattle and other lowland areas of western Washington, the National Weather Service said Monday.
And a few school districts are already announcing delays for Tuesday, January 17.