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Leave our summer alone, rain!

SEATTLE — It’s a wet one, pretty much all day.  And it’s unstable enough that there could be an isolated thunderstorm.  Highs today will be in the low 70s.

Tomorrow may have some morning showers, then we’ll dry out and see the mid 70s. Saturday looks mostly sunny and warmer, back up to around 80.

Sunday, clouds increase, still warm, near 80.  Monday, Labor Day, looks mostly cloudy and cooler, mid 70s.  There is a chance of a few showers, mainly on the coast and in the mountains. Mid-week next week it looks mostly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower.

Viewer photos of the day . . .


Sunrise over the fog. Mt. Baker to the right. From Jase in Ferndale.


Sun reflected in the water around Guemes Island. From Judy in Bellingham.

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1 Comment

  • Clam

    Rain IS the pacific northwest. save us all from the constant annoyance and move to california before i start my anti MJ campaign.