Still reeling from back-to-back storms earlier this week, the Pacific Northwest is facing another day of wind and rain.
Another storm is moving from the Pacific Ocean into parts of Washington and Oregon, two days after stormy weather left one woman dead and more than 300,000 without power.
The entire Northwest region can expect another two to four inches of rain Wednesday with showers tapering off as the storm moves to the north on Thursday.
A woman was electrocuted by a downed power line in Monday's storm. More than 300,000 homes and businesses lost power and some are still waiting for electricity to be restored. Utility officials hope to have full power restored sometime Wednesday.
Building levelled in Oak Harbor, Wash.
Oregon authorities were forced to close the Independence Bridge, a main commuter route near Salem, after a large tree crashed down on it. Several roads in the area were closed because of flooding and near-blizzard conditions.
In higher elevations, the rain turned to snow, with high winds creating white-out conditions in some spots.