A second landslide hit railroad tracks between Seattle and Everett Monday, the third such slide in two days to disrupt train service.
A spokesman for Burlington Northern Santa Fe said the slide happened around 12:25 p.m., about 3 miles south of Mukilteo. Because of this, no passenger train travel will be allowed until Wednesday afternoon.
Less than an hour earlier, a slide covered all three tracks just south of where a slide occurred on Sunday.
Nobody was hurt when the landslide hit an Amtrak train Sunday morning near Everett.
In Kitsap County, a woman called 911 to report a landslide hit her home and knocked out power. South Kitsap Fire said a tree hit the house, but damage was minimal. Nobody was hurt.
Rainier Avenue S. in Seattle was closed between 57th Avenue and Cornell Avenue late Sunday night and Monday morning for a small landslide.
KING 5 Meteorologist Rich Marriott said Sea-Tac Airport set a new rainfall record for Sunday with 1.54 inches. That is more than double the old record of 0.63 inches set back in 1984.