Like much of the Puget Sound region, Edmonds was awash in water Monday due to heavy rainfall.
Hit especially hard were areas near the Edmonds waterfront, including Dayton Street. The Washington State Ferries announced that due to flooding at the Edmonds terminal, off-loading ferry traffic was required to exit up Hwy 104, with no turns onto Sunset or Railroad Ave.
Edmonds Public Works noted via Twitter that substantial rainfall had the city’s storm systems at or above capacity, and that crews were working hard to clear drains.
Self-fill sand-bagging stations are set up at Edmonds Public Works, 7110 – 210th St. S.W., with bags and sand provided, public works said.
Following the heavy rainfall, the city saw its first snowfall of the year, although it wasn’t supposed to stick around for long.