SEATTLE — Another freezing night is on tap as lows across the north and South Sound will drop into the mid and upper 20s. Temperatures closer to Seattle will drop to around 30. High pressure is strong over Western Washington and will provide sunshine all weekend long. That will allow us to warm up close to 50 degrees before dropping to about 40 for daytime highs on Monday.
The ridge of high pressure seems secure enough to hold back rain until after Thanksgiving. We will work our way out of freezing overnight lows by Tuesday.