Enjoy It: Last great weather day for a while

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SEATTLE — Get out and enjoy today if you can. It’s chilly this morning but after bits of morning fog, we’ll have abundant sunshine and get up to the mid 60s. Tomorrow, the first of a series of fronts arrives by lunchtime (earlier on the coast) and we’ll top out around 60.

The weekend will feature periods of rain, heavy at times, with breezy-to-windy conditions, and highs in the mid 60s.  Monday & Tuesday will be showery and breezy, low 60s.

Next Wednesday, we could dry up again.  But the weekend rain could be heavy enough that we could see some rises on our rivers, especially the flood-prone Skokomish in Mason County.  Reminder — do not drive through standing water!

Viewer photos of the day . . .


Spectacular sunset. From Del in Anacortes.


View from the Naches Trail. From Tonya in SeaTac.

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