A falling tree crushed a car and killed two people near Preston according to the King County Sheriff's Office.
More than 100,000 people were left in the dark in the Puget Sound area as a major storm moved through the Pacific Northwest.
FOX 13 Chief Meteorologist Lisa Villegas has a look at a record-breaking system that continues to bring rain and wind to the Pacific Northwest.
The Weather Alert Day remains in effect as high winds and seas continue to be a threat. The system is weakening as it approaches British Columbia at this hour but will continue to pack a punch. The gusty winds, widespread rain, thunderstorms, and high surf will remain in our forecast tonight.
A ‘bomb cyclone’ system moved over the the northwest o Sunday, dumping heavy rain throughout the region. Waves crashes, trees fell, streets flooded and the power went out. Here's a look at what happened in pictures:
Winds picked up in eastern King and Pierce counties this morning sending trees and large tree limbs down. At last check over 40,000 Puget Sound Energy customers were without power.
FOX 13 Meteorologist Brian MacMillan is tracking some crazy conditions today!
Are you ready for blustery conditions around the region! If it hasn't felt like Fall to yet, this weekend should fix that feeling for sure! We're looking at heavy rain and strong winds pushing through the area through Monday. This all thanks to a strong low pressure system.
Are you ready for blustery conditions around the region! If it hasn't felt like Fall to you yet, this weekend should fix that feeling for sure! We're looking at heavy rain and strong winds pushing through the area Sunday into Monday. This all thanks to a record deep low pressure system.
Rain, wind and lowering snow levels are forecasted for the weekend into next week. Sure, we'll have some breaks in between, but it will be very sloppy at times.
According to the National Weather Service, it is common for both systems to occur simultaneously.
Sunday will likely bring us the strongest system that we’ve seen in the past week.
A series of systems will push into the region over the weekend and into next week.
Rain showers will continue off and on through Friday afternoon, but all eyes are on Sunday as a strong storm approaches the coast.
A series of systems will keep bringing wet weather into next week.
FOX 13 Chief Meteorologist Lisa Villegas is tracking a series of systems headed for Washington state.
FOX 13 forecaster Erin Mayovsky has a rainy 7-day forecast for Washington.
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NOAA released its annual winter outlook for the U.S. Thursday, and those who like chilly, rainy winter days with copious amounts of mountain snow -- and maybe a dabble with snow in the lowlands on occasion -- will be happy to see what their forecasters are thinking for our region.