SEATTLE — After another round of record rain, Western Washington will start to clear out. Mostly cloudy Friday night with a few showers, as wrap-around moisture will linger through early Saturday morning. The heavy downpours and thunderstorms, however, are done.
The 24-hour rain totals range from .50 inches in Bellevue to 3.32 inches in Eatonville.
Saturday will kick off a slow clearing, leading to mostly sunny skies and highs near 80 by Sunday.
Summer returns most of next week, with sunshine and highs near 80 degrees!