While area cherry growers are trying to deal with days of heavy rain so to are hay growers in the Yakima Valley. Gary Kirkof is Vice President of The Yakima Valley Hay and Forage Growers Chapter of the Washington Hay Association
SEATTLE (AP) — Forecasters say a cold front that moved into the Northwest overnight will bring more winds, rain and mountain snow Monday to Western Washington and a mix of rain and snow in Eastern Washington
Heavy rain is expected to pound the east slopes of the Cascades through this evening. The National Weather Service says it could be up to three inches. Individuals living in these areas should be aware of the increase in water levels
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