SEATTLE — An area of low pressure off the Gulf of Alaska has a few disturbances spinning off of it creating scattered showers at times across Western Washington.
Tomorrow will see a ridge of high pressure start to build in and clear things out by tomorrow night.
This allows Monday to kick off with sunny skies, thus pushing temperatures to near 80 degrees.
Tuesday remains the hottest day of the week as the latest models suggest middle 80s for places away from the water.
Wednesday is yet another nice day with highs at 80 degrees once again.
The winds shift and onshore flow starts to seep in by Thursday. This will produce a few morning clouds, but afternoon sunshine
This weather pattern looks to hold right on through the 4th of July with dry weather expected (as of now) with highs near 75 degrees.