Flood Watch Remains in Effect for Portions of Grays Harbor County
SEATTLE, Wash. – The Flood Watch Continues For Portions Of Western Washington Including The Following Counties Grays Harbor, Clallam, Jefferson, Skagit, Whatcom, King, Mason, and Snohomish Through Thursday Afternoon.
Rainfall Is Expected To Continue Through At Least Wednesday. There Has Been 2 To Almost 4 Inches Of Rain Over The Olympics With 1 To 2 Inches Over The Northern Cascades. There Are Still 1 To 2 Inches Of Rain Still To Come Over Those Same Areas With Snow Levels Near 6000 Feet. Lighter Amounts Of Rain Are Expected Elsewhere In The Cascades And In The Lowlands Of Western Washington.
The River With The Greatest Threat Of Reaching Flood Stage Is The Bogachiel. The Other Flood Prone Rivers Like The Skokomish, Snoqualmie, Tolt, And The Stillaguamish Rivers Will Require More Rain Than They Are Getting So Far. The Forecast Continues To Call For The Heaviest Rain Over All Of These River BasinsBut The Flood Threat For All But The Bogachiel Is Much Diminished.