Heavy rain, a chance of thunderstorms and mountain snow are all in store for this weekend in western Washington.
SEATTLE — A sign that summer is truly ending: A fall-like front is expected to move into western Washington Friday bringing heavy rain, a chance of thunderstorms and the first high elevation snow in several months.
Widespread heavy rainfall and breezy conditions are expected for most of the western Washington lowlands Friday and Friday night, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Rainfall amounts through Friday night range from a half an inch to potentially over an inch, NWS said.
The NWS tweeted
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