Updated Thursday 4:50 a.m.
After yesterday’s soaker – things will calm down a bit today. Look for scattered showers amid mostly cloudy skies. Highs should be a touch cooler, too – as afternoon temperatures reach the upper 40s. Showers linger into tonight and tomorrow, as well – with some rain stretching into the weekend. Flood Watches have been lifted, although a FLOOD WARNING continues along the Skokomish River near Potlatch through late tonight.
Snow level remains near 3,000’ in the mountains – so a few inches of snow is possible above that. The winter storm warnings have been lifted, but conditions remain very slick. Once the passes do open, take heed if you're heading up skiing. Avalanche danger is high because of all of the different layers of snow & ice that have been accumulating of late. Mind the warnings to avoid the back country.
Long range models are calling for a partial clearing on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, as conditions cool down a bit.
Have a great day!
KOMO 4cast Team
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