SEATTLE (AP) — Forecasters say the wet and windy weather with mountain snow will continue this week in Washington, but there may be a lull on Thanksgiving Day.

The National Weather Service says a series of Pacific storms are aiming to hit the Northwest every day or two.

The Skokomish River in Mason County has reached flood stage, but forecasters say other Western Washington rivers probably won't flood in the next couple of days.

Snow will be heavy in the Olympics and Cascades above 4,500 feet and could affect travel over the higher passes.

For Eastern Washington, forecasters say the weather patter means periods of mountain snow and valley rain, with the chance of minor flood.

Forecasters say there could be a break in the stormy weather on Thursday.