The Seattle area can expect some sun this weekend and early next week.
After rainy days in Western Washington — and snowy, treacherous days in the mountain passes — the area could see some sun this weekend, according to forecasts.
White Pass remains closed Friday morning, but Snoqualmie and Stevens passes are open in both directions after overnight and daytime closures.
For the latest report from the Washington State Department of Transportation, check here.
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In the Seattle area, more rain is expected overnight and into Saturday. Sunday is expected to be mostly sunny with a high near 47 degrees. Monday is forecast to be sunny with a high near 50 degrees.
The recent days of heavy rains have led to flooding, mudslides and power outages. A landslide destroyed a home in Maple Valley, and six landslides closed part of Rainier Avenue South in Seattle.
A wind advisory is also in effect around the Puget Sound until 3 p.m. Friday.
Bonus: Check out this “moonbow” captured over the Puget Sound Friday morning.