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Western Washington Forecast

Staying dry into Tuesday before turning wet and cooler again mid-week. Warming this weekend with temps near seasonal norms. More rain to start next week.


Tonight expect a mixture of clouds and clear skies as another chilly night settles in.  Lows will drop between the low to mid 40s, with southeast winds at 5 to 10 mph.  We'll keep the rain away Tuesday with partly cloudy skies becoming mostly cloudy.  Highs will reach the low 60s.


We'll continue to see more more breaks in the clouds tonight as conditions remain dry.  The dry weather lingers into Tuesday as we keep a mixture of sun and clouds.  Expect more clouds late in the afternoon with rain back in the forecast later Tuesday night as another wet spring storm arrives.

On Wednesday, that system will spread more rain and gusty winds into western Washington. Look for widespread rain and mountain snow above 4,500 feet that will change to off-and-on showers by the afternoon. It is likely to be blustery through much of the day.

Showers will taper off Thursday during the day, as cooler air settles in holding highs in the mid to upper 50s.

On Friday, weak high pressure builds in for a couple of partly sunny days Friday and Saturday with highs in the low to mid 60s. However, yet another front moves in for rain late Saturday night turning to off-and-on showers during the day on Sunday. Still struggling to find spring!