A cold front brought some heavy rain and strong winds to some areas of Western Washington on Sunday.

Rain totals recorded on schoolnet: 1.72 at Amanda Pak, 1 at Potlatch and .36 Ferndale.

Wind gusts reached 52 mph in Oak Harbor, 48 mph in Bellingham and 40 mph in Ferndale. Latest forecast

Puget Sound Energy reported scattered power outages, affecting 286 customers in Skagit and Whatcom counties.

Rain and wind were expected to slowly wind down overnight Sunday, with lows in the 50s.

It will be dry for the Monday morning commute, but rain and wind will increase in the afternoon as the next front slides through the region.

Rain will taper to showers on Tuesday and dry weather is likely Wednesday and Thursday.

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