President Barack Obama is visiting Seattle for political fundraisers and drivers should get ready for road closures around the Puget Sound region Tuesday afternoon and evening as the president's motorcade travels between stops.
Seattle police advised people to plan extra time for their commutes.
It's not clear if the president will travel to the Eastside and further snarl traffic expected to be a mess due to lane closures on Interstate 90. I-90 between Interstate 405 and Bellevue Way Southeast will be down to one lane around-the-clock.
Obama is scheduled to arrive at Boeing Field Tuesday afternoon.
The White House says after the stop in Seattle, the President will travel to San Francisco, where he will stay overnight.
On Wednesday, July 23, the President will attend an event in the San Francisco area, and later in the day will travel to the Los Angeles area.
Obama's last visit to Washington was in April, when he flew over the Oso mudslide and met with emergency responders and family members of slide victims.