Rain and snow continued to pound the Pacific Northwest and is not expected to diminish until later into the weekend.
The soggy and snowy weather will continue through most of the weekend. Several more inches of rain is possible along the coast and more than a foot of snow for higher elevations.
Winter Storm Warnings continue for the Sierra Mountains in California and the Northern Cascades of Washington. Flash Flood Watches are still out for a few areas stretching from California to Washington.
The wind will be strong as well. Gusts above 50 mph are possible with sustained winds to near 30 mph into Saturday.
The moisture won’t let up closer to the coast even as the first front shifts east. With another chunk of energy aloft, more snow and rain is likely into early next week but totals will be lighter.
As the first front and upper level area of energy starts to shift eastward, snow will spread into the mountains of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, and Arizona.
— NWS Flagstaff (@NWSFlagstaff) November 25, 2016
— NWS Grand Junction (@NWSGJT) November 25, 2016
— NWS Cheyenne (@NWSCheyenne) November 25, 2016
— NWS Pueblo (@NWSPueblo) November 25, 2016
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels