Updated Wednesday 3:35 p.m.
The weather has gone back on auto pilot...
Shades of our July pattern, a very pleasant week is on tap with plenty of sunshine and comfortable temperatures. Take out that first week of August and this could be the sun fans' most perfect summer ever.
Tonight will be mostly clear with lows in the upper 50s.
Both Thursday and Friday...and Saturday and Sunday look like nearly carbon copies of each other: Maybe some brief morning clouds but generally mostly sunny with highs in the upper 70s.
Eclipse day Monday is also still holding strong with mostly sunny skies in Western Washington and Oregon -- save for the immediate coastlines -- and clear in eastern Washington and Oregon. There is a slight risk the I-5 corridor might miss the start of the eclipse if some marine clouds are around but they should be burning off rather quickly and very good odds they'll be outta here by peak eclipse time around 10:20 a.m.
Once the sun resumes heating after the eclipse, highs should reach the upper 70s.
The eclipse mania ends then, but not the pleasant weather pattern -- still mostly sunny on Tuesday with highs near 80. There may be a weak trough toward the middle or end of next week for a slight shower chance, but nothing getting in the way.
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