SEATTLE – The National Weather Service says showers should be ending, followed by mostly dry weather through the weekend in Washington.
That should keep Western Washington rivers receding and help dry out areas saturated by repeated rains.
Although flood crests are moving downstream, flood warnings remain in effect Thursday for the Skokomish, Snoqualmie, Snohomish, Puyallup, Nisqually and Cowlitz rivers.
There have been no reports of serious injuries or significant damage from this week's flooding in Western Washington, although many roads have been closed and dozens of houses have been evacuated.
Forecasters expect mostly sunny skies Thursday and Friday in Eastern Washington, turning partly cloudy through the weekend.