A cold front as passed through western Washington, and precipitation is tapering across the state. The snow level is now down to 2,000 feet, with as much as 6 inches of new snow is possible in the mountains today.

Many of us saw heavy rain the past couple days. Problems with rapid runoff in our streams, rivers, and tributaries is taking place and a Flood Watch continues for Thurston and Lewis Counties until Saturday afternoon. A Flood Warning continues for the White River at R Street and the Skokomish River near Potlatch where minor flooding is possible. Rivers are forecast to crest today before falling below flood stage overnight.

Freezing rain over Whatcom County, and strong wind gusts over the Central Sound downed power lines Friday and overnight. Puget Sound Energy reported scattered power outages.

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Despite warming temperatures, authorities are warning of icy road conditions in parts Whatcom County and eastern Washington.

KING 5's Jordan Steele, Jordan Wilkerson and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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