Showers fizzle out as the spring sunshine pokes through gaps in a decreasing cloud deck this afternoon. It might feel chilly after hitting near 80 several days earlier this week– but with highs near 60 our coolest day this week of is still above normal.

Highs the next week between 55-65, so still leaning a touch warmer than the normal of 55. Clearing skies on Saturday will lead to some Sunday foggy spots. Sunday afternoon looks beautiful.

Monday’s afternoon rain showers could bring some relief to those with tree pollen allergies.

No soaking storms heading our way– just generally pleasant seasonal temps and passing spring showers and possible rainbows in between. While Wednesday is looking promising, Thursday could haves some showers. That means our  Seattle Mariners could have roof closed conditions as they try to defend the best record in baseball against the Boston Red Sox in their home opener on Thursday afternoon.

-Tim Joyce, Q13 Meteorologist

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