Record rainfall hit the South Sound on Wednesday, and the forecast doesn’t show signs of clearing up.
The National Weather Service forecast showers Thursday in Tacoma, rain Friday and Saturday, and likely showers Sunday.
Temperatures are expected to hit lows in the upper 40s, with highs in the low 60s.
The Sea-Tac Airport weather station measured 1.13 inches of rain by about 6 p.m. Wednesday, beating the daiy’s record of 0.87 inches set in 1985.
A cold front that moved inland across Washington and Oregon on Wednesday was responsible for the rain, the Weather Service said.
“This is bringing light to moderate showers from British Columbia to northern California and will persist through Thursday,” the agency said in a statement.