Drier forecast for state for mid-week

SEATTLE — The National Weather Service says the steady rains should turn to showers Monday in Washington and the state should dry out with a mostly clear period from Tuesday through Thursday.

Flood warnings for the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Cowlitz, and Skokomish rivers will be ending as they recede. Landslides remain a possibility on soggy slopes.

It could feel like spring mid-week when temperatures reach the 50s and 60s under sunny skies across the state.

Forecasters say clouds will return Thursday and Friday with a chance of showers.

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