SEATTLE — After yesterday’s cold front, we’re enjoying a different weather pattern this week. We’re starting out with good visibility. Only a few areas of fog. There is a WIND ADVISORY for Western Whatcom & Skagit Counties and the San Juans through 11 a.m.
Gusty winds from the north and northeast in the 35-45 mph range expected. This afternoon it will still be breezy, but at least it will be sunny, with temps near normal. Tonight will be clear and cold. Tomorrow looks mostly sunny.
Then Wednesday sees increasing clouds with some rain overnight. Halloween will feature a few showers. Not a wash-out, but trick-or-treaters could get a little wet. Friday looks mostly cloudy. A pretty powerful system looks likely to hit on Saturday, and Sunday will be showery for the Seahawks home game. We go back to Standard Time on Sunday — turn clocks BACK one hour.
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