Good news! Seattle will be mostly dry on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday

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We had record rain Saturday! ( Both at Sea-Tac and in Bellingham)

Sunday:  Out of the Rain and Into Sunbreaks

Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday are going to be mostly dry for Seattle.  The Coast & spots north of Everett will have areas of rain briefly as Weather Systems brush by.

While the city is on the dry side, it will be on the warm side too.

Monday and Tuesday highs are expected between 60-65°.

Sea-Tac Records are Monday 62° in 2008; Tuesday 64° in 1987

Wednesday: Back to Rain

Good ol' November, it's the month that usually shows the highest rain amounts because the Stormtrack has slid further south trying to balance the heat of the tropics with the cold of the poles.

Weather systems will be guided towards Canada most of the week which prevents a direct hit of storms into Washington at least, until Sunday 13.