Dry July will give way to some August rain

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SEATTLE — Today will be interesting. We’re starting out with clouds and fog, but this afternoon should clear out and we’ll top out near normal, around 76.

Thunderstorms look likely for the Cascades this afternoon/evening, and there is a chance that an isolated thunderstorm could waft into the lowlands. Tomorrow, will be mostly cloudy and we’ll top out in the low 70s.  Late in the day, we could get some rain.

Friday will be showery and cooler, with highs in the upper 60s.  Our SeaFair Weekend looks splendid — morning clouds with afternoon sun and highs in the mid-to-upper 70s.  Next week, it looks like we’ll warm up to near 80 again.

Viewer photos of the day . . .


Good times! Ada and her brother Levi throwing rocks into the Cedar River near Renton. From their mom, Amy.


July’s full moon over Mt. Rainier. From Peter in Frederickson.

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