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High temperatures will be similar to yesterday, soaring into the 80’s and some spots have climbed into the low 90’s. It’s hot for lots of us, but not quite as hot as it was on this date in 2009. Seattle saw it’s hottest temperature ever in recorded history at 103 sweltering degrees.

Overnight tonight, wind will be onshore and push cooler Pacific air inland.  Morning cloud cover but that will be the natural air conditioning that will keep our temperatures in the 70s for the weekend.  Sunday morning the low clouds will take longer to clear to sunshine.   Expect more clouds and a chance of some summer showers on Monday, possible t-storms in the mountains. After that, we’re back towards a sunnier and warmer forecast with highs in the 75-80 range to finish out next week.

~Tim Joyce, Q13 Meteorologist

 

Pam Shelton, WA Sunset 7/28/16

Pam Shelton, WA Sunset 7/28/16