River flooding is possible late Monday into Tuesday along the rivers flowing out of the Olympics.
A warm front will stall over Western Washington Monday into early Tuesday. Snow levels will rise in the Olympics up to 5000 feet. Rainfall totals for the Monday through Tuesday time frame in the Olympics could be as high as 7 inches.
It is likely that the Skokomish river in Mason county will flood Monday night or Tuesday. Other rivers flowing off the Olympics including but not limited to the Bogachiel river in Clallam county
could flood Tuesday.