Updated Sunday at 9:02 p.m.
Hope you’ve all had a wonderful weekend! We’re still tracking rain tonight, but showers should wrap up sometime early Monday morning.
Tomorrow will be rather gray and overcast for much of Puget Sound. Meanwhile, the coast will enjoy plentiful sunshine into the afternoon though it will still feel chilly. Lows in Aberdeen and Forks will bottom out into the low 40s! Temps elsewhere in Western Washington will cool off to the mid to upper 40s. There may still be a few sprinkles early Monday, so a jacket with a hoodie may feel most comfortable for kids at the bus stop.
Tuesday is the real bright spot in our new seven day forecast. The morning may start off with patches of spooky fog (even freezing fog for some outlying areas!), but the afternoon should feature spectacular sunshine and highs cresting nicely to the low 60s in Seattle.
The rain train returns Wednesday. A wet and breezy pattern continues all the way through next weekend. It won’t be raining constantly, but the cloudy skies look very stubborn. For people with SAD (Seasonal affective disorder – when people experience impacts to mood with less sun), this is a good week to use any special lights at home. For those who love the cloudy, cozy skies – you’ll thoroughly enjoy this forecast.
Hope you catch KOMO News this week!
Meteorologist Abby Acone
KOMO 4-Cast Team
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