Heavy rain and strong winds in the eastern lowlands and up to 18 inches of snow in the mountain passes.
Wind gusts to 45 MPH will move through the eastside during the late morning and early afternoon.
Another day of heavy rain and strong winds delivering more flooding and local power outages on Monday.
Friday could reach 100 degrees under hazy skies as Washington prepares to broil a second time.
Temperatures in the 90s with significant lowland smoke is increasingly likely for next week.
We conclude our live blog as the heatwave continues for parts of the Pacific Northwest and Canada.
A list of available cooling centers offering air conditioning to the public.
Seattle activates its Emergency Operations Center as forecast models point to the unimaginable for the Emerald City.
All-time record highs will shatter across the Pacific Northwest as burn bans go up across Washington state.
Kirkland and King County Health are working on their emergency response plans for the coming heatwave.