EVERETT — A flood watch remains in place for Snohomish County through Sunday night. Local rivers are expected to keep rising, and some could crest above minor and moderate flood levels.
Stream flooding and urban flooding also are possible, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle.
The Skykomish River near Gold Bar could see moderate flooding by early Sunday. The Snohomish River south of Monroe is expected to crest late Sunday or early Monday. The main stem Stillaguamish River near Arlington also might have minor flooding.
Monday and Tuesday should bring sun, according to the Weather Service.