The remains of Typhoon Songda will bring damaging winds, heavy rains, and possible high surf to parts of western Washington Saturday afternoon and evening. Winds will be southerly 20 to 45 mph with gusts of 65 to 70 mph. Expect tree damage and power outages with these winds. Rain will be heavy at times, especially in the North Cascades where the south fork of the Nooksack River in Whatcom county could flood from Saturday evening to Sunday afternoon. High surf conditions are possible on the coast of Grays Harbor county Saturday afternoon through late Saturday night, which will make beach conditions dangerous and could cause beach erosion. Some uncertainties with this storm still exist, so be sure to monitor the latest forecasts and statements, and prepare now for hazardous weather!