A big rainstorm is headed to western Washington this weekend. Forecasters say Saturday should start out pleasant, with the rainstorm hitting south Puget Sound in the late morning, and the Seattle area by around noon.
It’s not supposed to be as bad as devastating storms a few years ago, but flooding is likely on some rivers.
There are a few rivers in western Washington that flood regularly – such as the Skokomish and the Tolt. This year, you can add one more to that list, a section of the Puyallup River in eastern Pierce County.