THURSTON COUNTY, Wash. — Although the rain has tapered off in parts of western Washington, flooding continues to be a problem Saturday.
On Friday, there was a total of 3.25 inches of rainfall, and it was the wettest day since 2007.
Down in the South Sound, water was raging at Tumwater Falls after the heavy rainfall.
KIRO 7 viewer Jeff Gegen shared this video with us.
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