Puget Sound Forecast: Showers continue tonight. Temperatures drop into the upper 40s. Rain continuing through Friday with highs in the 50s. Flood Watch stays in effect Friday.

Mountain Forecast: Rain or snow tonight and tomorrow. Snow level slowly drops to 4,500 feet by Friday. Afternoon pass temperatures in the mid to upper-30s. Winds west 5-15 mph.

Coast Forecast: Very wet and windy tonight and tomorrow. Temperatures in the 40s with a SSW wind between 15-25 mph.

Eastern Washington Forecast: Rain tonight, but decreasing throughout Friday. Lows in the 30s tonight, warming into the 40s tomorrow. Sun developing during the second half of the day.


It's been extremely wet the last couple of days, and I don't see the pattern shifting a whole lot as we close out the week. The bulk of the energy left 1-3" on average across Western Washington the last 48 hours. We should see that rain turn a bit more isolated on Friday and Saturday. 

A FLOOD WATCH is still in effect for 90% of Western Washington. A few rivers are under the flood status with potential for landslides tonight and tomorrow. Additional storms are tracking towards the PNW so I expect to keep rain in our forecast every single day on into next week.

A atmospheric river event has been forming and sitting overhead. We see another round of that developing which means rain amounts will continue to run high. The snow level doesn't drop all that much so we're going to keep a mix of rain and snow up on the mountains every day. 

56 days until the Spring Equinox!

And we finally get a 5PM sunset on Sunday!