Winds and fierce rains lashed parts of the Northwest, putting the region on alert for flooding on Tuesday, officials said.
The storm, which began on Monday, cut power to about 50,000 people overall, though most had service restored within hours. At least one death was reported.
According to the National Weather Service, flood warnings were issued for parts of the Skokomish River area in Mason County and the Satsop River in Grays Harbor County, both in the state of Washington. Heavy rains ended in the Olympic Peninsula region though there are expected to be brief periods of light precipitation.
In Oregon, the weather service posted a flood warning for the Luckiamute River in Benton and Polk counties.
Monday’s rains dropped as much as two inches of water in at least one Seattle neighborhood. By Tuesday, the worst of the storm was over, though light rains were expected to linger on and off through the Thanksgiving holiday.