Please see the below Storm information from Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management
Two strong Pacific storm systems are expected to affect the area beginning tonight and through Sunday.
Storm #1 (tonight/Thursday)
- Rain: Expect 1 to 2 inches of rain over the lowlands.
- Wind: Winds will arrive Thursday evening. 30-40 mph with gusts to 60 mph on the coast and north interior are possible.
A High Wind Warning is in effect for Everett and vicinity from 6 pm Thursday to 7 am Friday. South to Southwest winds 20-40 mph with gusts 45-55 mph are expected Thursday evening through early Friday morning.
- Snow levels will remain high, above 7000 feet during the heaviest rainfall Wednesday evening and Thursday, lowering to 5000 to 6000 ft. on Friday.
A Flood Watch for Snohomish County will be effect from Thursday afternoon through Friday afternoon. The Stillaguamish River is forecast to crest at or near minor flood stage Friday evening.
Storm #2 (Saturday and Sunday)
A second, possibly stronger Pacific storm system will affect the region starting Saturday morning and continuing through Sunday with the potential for damaging winds and heavy rain.
There is more uncertainty with Storm #2 since the weather system is four days away.
- Wind-driven widespread power outages and tree damage are possible.
- Expect rises on area rivers and possible flooding. Urban flooding and small stream impacts are possible.
Please remain vigilant of weather updates from news medias, secure items that may be lost to high winds, clear leaves away from storm drains, and where applicable, keep an eye on the river levels. Stay safe!