We have three fronts pushing through this weekend; one is today, a stronger one tomorrow, and the third by Monday.
Today’s warm front will generate most of its rain on the coast. Rain amounts there will be from .05″-2″ on average through tonight. In the Olympic Mountains, upwards of 3″ are expected. And for the lowlands, most of that comes tonight, but not expected to generate much at all- .10″ will be the average.
Tomorrow will be wet and windy as our next front swings through the area. The windiest areas will be the coast and northern interior with a wind advisory likely issued tomorrow.
In addition, rain amounts will be near the 2″ mark again tomorrow for the mountains, and the lowlands will receive an average of .25″-1″ of rain.
Sunday looks like we get a bit of a break before the third front arrives Monday. No biggie on that end, just more scattered showers.