The Associated Press
SEATTLE — Forecasters say Monday’s rain is the last of a series of storms that have been pouring into the Northwest since the middle of last week.
The National Weather Service says Tuesday and Wednesday should be mostly dry in Washington. A chance of light showers returns by the end of the week, but the weekend should be drier.
Temperatures should stay mild with highs in the low- to mid-50s.
The break from heavy rain will give rain-swollen rivers time to recede. But the Weather Service says the risk of landslides on soggy hills and bluffs will continue for days.
Rain mixed with snow is expected to continue in the Cascades this week. Snowpack in the mountains is at record low levels, and forecasts for the rest of the season don’t offer much hope. Read more.