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There’s a storm brewing

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SEATTLE — We’re starting out pretty quiet, with mostly cloudy skies and a little patchy fog. This afternoon, we’ll start to get a little rain ahead of the next big system. Highs mid 50s.

Tonight gets rainy and breezy.  Tomorrow will be stormy — rainy & windy with highs in the mid 50s. There is a Winter Weather Advisory for the N. Cascades, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we get some urban flooding with this one — standing water on the roadways. Take today to clear leaves out of storm drains.  A few weak systems move through Friday through the weekend for a chance of a little rain each day.

It’ll be colder over the weekend, with highs only in the upper 40s. Monday, Veterans Day, looks rainy & breezy, with more rain next Tuesday.

Viewer photos of the day . . .


Shadow being cast on the cloud cover above by Mt. Rainier at sunrise. From Robert on Anderson Island.


Shadow being cast upon the cloud cover above by Mt. Baker at sunrise. Great photo from Teressa in Lyndon.

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