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A weak tornado is presumed to have touched down in a Vancouver, WA neighborhood around 3:15 p.m. Friday.
A remarkably wet February and March across much of Western Washington is bringing the "rainy season" 2016-2017 very close to the wettest on record -- from just one year ago.
Locations that still have piles of snow around storm drains could see flooding as more than an inch of rain will fall through Thursday. Other locations nearer the Cascades and across Whatcom County will remain icy and snowpacked, despite the rain.
Thousands of customers are still without power after a storm dropped snow over Western Washington on Monday.