After days of rain and wind from an atmospheric river, Western Washington is in for a dry spell to start the work week.

There is still some minor flooding expected for a couple rivers into Monday and Tuesday.

The rain should come to a close entirely by Monday morning. The region will dry out for a couple of days early this week before another fast moving front brings some quick-hitting rain Wednesday.

Beyond Wednesday, some forecast models show a dry Western Washington through the end of the month. It could be the first dry Halloween since 2006.

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