Good news: the river flooding threat is dropping today! Water levels recede for most. We're also tracking a beautiful weekend of weather ahead.
An atmospheric river is shifting north this morning, bringing much drier weather to Western Washington this afternoon.
Western Washington got a few hours of break from the rain Friday night into Saturday, but the wet weather, and some people are getting prepared for the possibility of more flooding.
The wet weather led to flooding on several area roads in King County, forcing road closures throughout the day.
Carnation city leaders are demanding action from Seattle regarding the Tolt Dam warning system following an incident last week.
There are renewed concerns over the Tolt Dam Warning System after a weekly audio test did not sound off as it should on Wednesday in Carnation.
Flooding is having an impact on some local roads in Carnation.
Rivers are running fast and high across western Washington and Oregon after several super soaker storms moved through the region since the new year began.
A Tolt Dam failure alert sent residents of Carnation into panic mode Tuesday as loud sirens filled the air and firetrucks rolled through area farms and told people to evacuate. Turns out, it was a false alarm.