Storm to bring more rain to Pacific Northwest

A large waterspout was reported in Vancouver, Canada on Saturday

SEATTLE - A parade of storms continues to bring rain and snow to areas of the Pacific Northwest and along the West Coast.

A strong system moved through the region Sunday and brought rain to the lower-lying areas and snow to the higher elevations. Most places saw between a half-inch and inch of rain. However, some locally higher amounts are possible.

This came as another system brought rain to the area and a waterspout was reported in Vancouver, Canada on Saturday.

Coastal flood advisories have been posted along the entire coast of Washington State into northern and central Oregon. The onshore flow will continue to push that moisture inland to areas that are prone to tidal flooding.

The Olympic mountains could see up to a foot of new snow. Parts of the Cascades could also pick up an additional foot of snow from this latest system.

Snowfall levels are dropping to as low as 2,500 feet. Areas like Stevens Pass, Snoqualmie Pass and White Pass could pick up an additional few inches during the day and about 3 more inches before the start of the work week.

Another storm will move into the area on Monday bringing even more rain and snow that pushes farther south into northern and central California.