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Scattered showers coming Monday as weather returns to seasonal norm

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SEATTLE – Scattered showers will continue through the midday hours Sunday before clearing. The highs will be near 52, but we'll be dry Sunday evening.

A front will approach Monday morning bringing another round of showers. Most of the action looks to be on the coast, peninsula and northern counties, but a few showers will sneak into the Puget Sound region. Highs will be in the lower 50s.

Rain chances increase Monday night into Tuesday. Highs will be near the norm, around 48. The Coast and Puget Sound can see isolated thunderstorms Tuesday.

Scattered showers continue through the week as a series of systems roll through. Snow levels will rise above normal levels for late January during the latter part of the workweek, leading to more rain than usual in the higher elevations. We'll have to monitor the Skykomish River for flooding.

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