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Quiet mid-week weather

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We’re drying out.  Today through Friday should be mainly dry with highs near normal, around 50. Late Friday, rain starts in again. This weekend is looking active — dare I say “stormy?”  We’ll have periods of rain with breezy to windy conditions as well. Highs remain near normal, around 50. The beginning of our Thanksgiving week will also be stormy, with several strong systems lined up like floats in a parade.  Expect periods of rain, heavy at times, with windy conditions at times.  It doesn’t look like we’ll get flooding with these systems because they go through pretty quickly, not settling in.  It’ll be a little too warm for a big dumping of mountain snow, so skiers will be bummed.

Viewer photos of the day . . .

“Bald Eagle with Black Cat” from David & Corina

“Halloween Moon Over Lake Washington” from Mike at Rainier Beach

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