An area of low pressure moving onshore will bring rainy conditions to the Pacific Northwest with the potential for heavy rain closer to the coast.
There could be enough energy along the coast to even bring the potential for thunderstorms, but the severe weather risk will be very low. Here is the severe weather outlook for the Northwest for Thursday.
Parts of the region have already seen some rainfall over the past 24 hours and there will be more to add to these numbers throughout the morning and afternoon.
Higher elevations will likely see heavy snow through the upcoming weekend.
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