River flooding eases today, sunshine on the way this weekend

Good news: the river flooding threat is dropping today! Water levels recede for most. We're also tracking a beautiful weekend of weather ahead. 

We're no longer expecting major flooding along the Snoqualmie River near Carnation. Instead, moderate flooding is possible. There, a Flood Warning lasts until late tomorrow morning. Never drive through a flooded street!

RELATED: Updated flood warnings

As of 10:30 this morning, we're dealing with flooding for these rivers in the graphic below. Remember: these warnings could change throughout the day.

Unfortunately, the landside threat remains high today due to our saturated soil. Here are some warning signs: watch for cracks in the ground. Be on the lookout for fences, utility poles or tres tilting or moving. A faint rumbling sound can also be heard as a landslide starts.


This morning, we're seeing scattered showers. The rain will become more widespread this afternoon and tonight; however, rain totals won't come close to what we had on Monday.

Here's the timing of the rain: 

Pack the rain jacket for this afternoon! It's going to get soggy. Temps will be mild – boosting to the low to mid 50s for most. 

Isolated showers are possible Thursday morning. This could dump a trace to two inches of snow for the passes. Drier weather takes over for most by Thursday evening.

Dry weather continues Friday through Monday. Get ready for a seriously gorgeous weekend! The mornings will be cold and foggy, but the afternoons look sunny and dry. Enjoy!


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Warmly,

Meteorologist Abby Acone

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