Few weather events over the past several weeks could be characterized as "just rain".
We've had snow. We've had wind. We've had ice. Many of you have had a decent dose of each.
But for the next 48 hours, the vast majority of you will have - just rain.
A low pressure area is passing by to our north, but it will drag a front through Western Washington on Sunday. Showers will become more widespread this evening and overnight ahead of the front, and Sunday will likely be a rather soggy day. Overnight lows will be milder (upper 30s/low 40s) and tomorrow's highs will be close to normal (upper 40s).
The snow level on Sunday will rise all the way to 6500 feet, meaning it will be rain and not snow at Snoqualmie Pass and Stevens Pass. The snow level will be lower in the North Cascades, and a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for that one location for moderate to heavy snow above 4500 feet (including Mt. Baker).