Landslide closes road in east King County; more landslides possible as heavy rains continue

DUVALL, Wash. -- A landslide has closed a stretch of road in east King County.

Heavy rains continue for western Washington, and already saturated towns in the north Puget Sound region are bracing for more potential floods.

Wednesday will be sloppy, breezy and more mild. The metro gets the least amount of rain but many areas will get too much rain.

The snow level jumps to 4,500 feet Wednesday.

Thursday will be wet for most but Seattle benefits from the rain shadow. Rivers run high and fast again, and some flooding is expected by Thursday and especially Thursday night.

    The state Department of Natural Resources offers a digital guide for homeowners who want to protect their homes from mudslides. You can learn more about landslides from DNR here.