Many highways and roads are closed by landslides and flooding. The storm also is affecting rail service.
Many highways and roads have been closed by landslides and flooding. The storm also is impacting rail service.
This list was updated from WSDOT travel alerts at 10:30 a.m. Thursday.
The closures affected the following:
Interstate 5: A mudslide closed all lanes of northbound near Woodland, Cowlitz County, WSDOT said.
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Issaquah Hobart Road Southeast: Closed between Tiger Mountain Road Southeast and Southeast Mirrormont Boulevard.
Highway 2: Mudslides as deep as 10 feet in some places shut down a stretch of road west of Leavenworth. The highway may remain closed for several days. There is a detour for cars only, not commercial vehicles.
Highway 131 in Lewis County: The southbound roadway is closed at milepost 0.5 near Siler Creek to Cispus Road due to water over the roadway.
Highway 12 in Yakima County: A 45-mile stretch of road west of Naches, Yakima County, was closed after part of the White Pass highway’s eastbound lane washed away. WSDOT is warning people to plan on extended closure.
Highway 203: All northbound and southbound lanes closed due to water on the roadway near Northeast Cherry Valley Road (MP 16) to Cherry Valley Road (MP 18) near Duvall.
Other: The Maple Valley Highway has reopened.
Rail: Sound Transit said Northline Sounder service between Seattle and Everett will remain closed Thursday due to wet ground and stormy weather.