Yesterday was the warmest day since last October. We hit 75 at SeaTac. It was even warmer at the Nat’l Weather Service Office at Sand Point, Bellingham, Hoquiam which all hit 78 degrees. It was warmer still in Portland where they hit 82 in some locations.
This taste of summer goes away today. A cold front rolls through delivering some brief light mid-day rain. Then we’ll see isolated showers after the front moves east. Many places saw their high temperatures around midnight– so afternoon temperatures will likely be around 60 degrees.
Wednesday will be sunny and mostly dry. Passing showers and isolated thunderstorms are a possibility, but mostly for the mountains. Thursday showers look to stay north of Bellingham. The weekend is trending dry and mild with morning clouds and some afternoon sun. High temps in the mid 60s. Enjoy.
-Tim Joyce, Q13 FOX Meteorologist