Isolated thunderstorms possible through Friday

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SEATTLE -- Isolated thunderstorms are possible through Friday in western Washington. This is more like a mid-Spring pattern of sun and hail, thunder and rainbows!

Now through Wednesday morning will be mostly cloudy with mild temperatures, a little humid and isolated showers or thunderstorms. Most of the thunderstorms stay near the mountains.

Wednesday afternoon has isolated thunderstorms but ample sunshine mixed in. Thursday has showers and isolated thunderstorms all day with some sun breaks. Thursday will be the coolest day of the week with a high near 65 degrees.

Friday will be similar, with sun, rain, hail, rainbows and isolated thunderstorms. The weekend looks pretty good, especially Sunday. July starts out nice with a good looking Fourth of July in the forecast!

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