It’s been a wet December so far for the South Sound.
The National Weather Service has measured 1.88 inches of rain at its Sea-Tac Airport station this month as of Tuesday evening, about 1 inch higher than normal.
That’s set to continue off and on the rest of the week.
“It’s looking pretty showery,” meteorologist Johnny Burg said. “There might be some partially clear periods.”
There should be less rain come Friday, but it won’t be completely dry, he added.
Winds should continue until at least Thursday, he said.
While Pierce County residents can expect rain at home, those traveling east can expect snow.
The Weather Service issued an advisory Tuesday warning divers headed through the Cascades to be prepared for winter weather conditions.
The central Cascades should get 3 to 9 inches of snow by Thursday morning, and farther north the mountains are expected to get 9 to 15 inches, Burg said.Alexis Krell: 253-597-8268