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☁ KIRO 7 Weather Blog from Chief Meteorologist Morgan Palmer ☁
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The Snoqualmie, Tolt and Skykomish rivers have the greatest chance to reach flood stage Monday night into early Tuesday as a few hours of very heavy rain will pound the Cascades.
Thunderstorms with heavy rain, lightning and small hail are expected Thursday around Puget Sound. The storms could threaten the Seattle region just as fans gather for the matchup at Centurylink Field between the Seahawks and Rams.
Weather will remain active for two more days, with chances for rain and a few thunderstorms, followed by breezes through Tuesday.
An unusually strong weather system moving through the Pacific Northwest Thursday night and Friday will bring gusty wind and showers to Western Washington. Some wind gusts will top 35 miles per hour, especially north of Seattle Friday morning.