Monday night's fall storm is moving on, but gusts of wind and a few showers could still stick around Tuesday.
The weather system that moved into Western Washington Monday evening has weakened and is moving along to the Cascades, according to Meteorologist Rich Marriott.
Still, some areas can expect a blustery day, especially north of Everett where gusts could reach 20 mph. Gusts overnight were much stronger, but a wind advisory for Western Washington expired Tuesday morning at 5 a.m. Thunder and lightning also developed north of Seattle.
Spotty showers are expected throughout the convergence zone for most of the day. But temperatures will remain mild, in the mid 50s for most of the day.
Drivers should be aware of standing water on some streets.