Updated Tuesday at 6:24 a.m.
The biggest and brightest moon of the year will be full tonight, appearing opposite the sun as it rises in the east at 7:35 PM this Tuesday evening. The moon will continue to appear big and bright in the nighttime sky with clear sky conditions making for optimal viewing of the Full Super Moon this week.
Western Washington may go ten straight days without seeing a drop of rain. With the weekend now trending drier and the next shot of rain holding off until Monday of next week, this could end up being the longest rain-free stretch of weather since early November.
Each passing day will get a little warmer too. Thursday will be the warmest day as high temperatures peak in the mid-60's. Morning clouds will clear to full afternoon sun and a north breeze will feel pleasantly cool on the face.
For this Easter weekend, light showers may target the higher terrain on Saturday, but lowland locations look to remain dry. Easter Sunday will be mostly sunny and seasonable with afternoon temperatures in the mid-50's.
Meteorologist Kristin Clark
The KOMO4 Forecast Team
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