SEATTLE, Wash. - Washington residents can expect the rainy weather to continue into next week, after a possible sunbreak Friday.
Forecasters say more Pacific storm fronts are headed to the Northwest to add to recent rainfall.
The Weather Service says this has been the wettest start to March on record in Seattle. On Wednesday, 1.84 inches fell at Sea-Tac Airport, making it the seventh-wettest March day on record. March precipitation at Sea-Tac as of 4 a.m. Thursday is 3.73 inches. Normal for the entire month 3.72 inches.
By Friday morning another .25-to-1 inch of rain is forecast in the Western Washington lowlands and 1-to-3 inches in the mountains.
Showers and snow-melting mild temperatures are forecast across the state through the weekend.
Forecasters say drier weather is possible by the middle of next week.
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