Heavy Rain & Thunderstorms Expected Tonight in Tri-Cities
One of the wettest springs on record in the Pacific Northwest will continue tonight and into Friday. The National Weather Service is predicting heavy rain and possible thunderstorms beginning early this evening and peaking around 9 pm. More thunderstorms could be possible Friday after 11 am.
The majority of Washington state will be full of electricity and precipitation from the cascades to the Idaho border - Washingtonians can expect a lively night from Mother Nature.
This NWS Weather Map Model Shows the Timing and the Intensity of the Storms.
The Pacific Northwest had one of the coldest Mays on record with Seattle hitting the low 50s on multiple days...and it's been extremely wet. At least the grass is green and water supplies are at good levels.
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