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The Today File

Your guide to the latest news from around the Northwest

October 27, 2014 at 5:56 AM

Beautiful sunrise, but more rain headed to Washington

A plane flies south out of SeaTac International Airport in SeaTac and passes by Mt. Rainier early Monday morning.  More clouds are expected to move into the area and there is an 80 percent chance of rain in Seattle tonight. (Photo by Ellen Banner / The Seattle Times)

A plane flies south out of SeaTac International Airport in SeaTac and passes by Mt. Rainier early Monday morning. More clouds are expected to move into the area. Rain is expected in Seattle tonight. (Photo by Ellen Banner / The Seattle Times)

Orange and red hues painted the sky this morning during a reprieve from fall storms.

The National Weather Service says the remnants of former Hurricane Ana, which doused Hawaii last week, will bring another round of rain and wind to Western Washington Monday night and Tuesday morning.

Forecasters say it won’t be as strong as the weekend storm that raked the state, but winds of 50 mph could hit the coast and 1-to-3 inches of rain are possible in the Olympics.

The Weather Service says a small break Wednesday will likely be followed by more rains the rest of the week.

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