Wind blows high tide waves over passers-by along Owen Beach in Tacoma on Jan. 10. A combination of high tides and low pressure led the National Weather Service to issue a coastal flooding advisory through Friday morning.
Wind blows high tide waves over passers-by along Owen Beach in Tacoma on Jan. 10. A combination of high tides and low pressure led the National Weather Service to issue a coastal flooding advisory through Friday morning. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Wind blows high tide waves over passers-by along Owen Beach in Tacoma on Jan. 10. A combination of high tides and low pressure led the National Weather Service to issue a coastal flooding advisory through Friday morning. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Flood watch, wind advisory issued for Western Washington

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