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The heavy rain from an atmospheric river is shifting south of the area Wednesday, as Western Washington shifts to a showery pattern the rest of the week.
An atmospheric river stalled over Western Washington Tuesday, continuing to dump moderate to heavy rain on the area and sending river levels rising to flood stage.
A strong atmospheric river will impact the Cascades and Western Washington with heavy rain and a potential for river flooding through midweek.
Western Washington will see several rounds of heavy rain over the next seven days with mountain snow in the forecast through Sunday morning.
Tuesday is starting off dry and mostly cloudy in Western Washington, but showers return to the area this evening.
Travelers in Western Washington could not ask for a better travel week for Thanksgiving as six of the next seven days look dry.