SEATTLE -- It was an absolutely gorgeous day on Monday with tons of sun and record-breaking temperatures!
Q13 News Meteorologist Katie Boer said Seattle will be warmer than Dallas, and slightly warmer than Los Angeles, Tampa and San Diego.
Here are the record-breaking temperatures set in the area Monday from the National Weather Service:
...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY... LOCATION HIGH TODAY RECORD / YEAR SEA-TAC AIRPORT 73 68 / 1998 OLYMPIA 71 67 / 1994 QUILLAYUTE 71 67 / 1992 HOQUIAM 71 68 / 1965 BELLINGHAM 70 64 / 1965 NWS SEATTLE 71 70 / 1998
ENJOY IT WHILE IT LASTS! Because the front offshore moves in overnight bringing with it increasing clouds, rain and breezy conditions Tuesday. Rainfall amounts will be light -- expecting about 1/10-1/4″ of rain. This front does bring in a cooler air mass with high temps. in the mid 50s starting Monday through mid/late week.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds. Lows: 48°
TUESDAY: Rain after 11am. Breezy. Winds 20-25 (Gusts up to 30). Highs: 55°
WEDNESDAY: Rain likely. Mostly cloudy. Highs: 54°