ISSAQUAH, Wash. -- Throughout western Washington, crews are still cleaning up from the aftermath of heavy rains and flooding. Now temperatures are dropping and another strong storm is expected, which could make for a messy Monday morning commute.
Slush on I-90 now will likely be replaced by several inches of new snow by the beginning of the week.
Heading back to pierce county from a conference in Pullman this weekend, Melissa Williams said the roads improved on Sunday from the heavy rain she experienced Friday.
Round one of the storms last week brought a mixed batch of weather, from snow in South King and Pierce counties to flooding from the Snoqualmie River.
While the rest of Sunday remained calm, crews cleaned up the mess left behind by the last storm including downed trees in Woodinville and a landslide in Sammamish.