SEATTLE -- Overnight rain is tapering off this morning. This afternoon should see some clearing, but there is a chance of a Puget Sound Convergence Zone forming between Seattle & Everett for an extra dose of rain this afternoon.
The snow level is low enough this morning that we're getting snow showers over the Cascades at pass level. Tomorrow looks like a dry day between systems. Thursday will be somewhat stormy with rain and some wind.
We could get some urban flooding with this because of leaves clogging storm drains. Friday through the weekend we'll have a few showers and it's getting colder -- highs only in the mid-to-upper 40s!
Viewer photos of the day . . .
Beautiful carpet of colorful fall leaves. From Bryan in Olympia.