Updated: Thursday 6:40 a.m.
We're still battling some wet roadways as you head out to work and school this morning. The showers stretch from Seattle to the Kitsap Peninsula and Tacoma to Olympia. The rain isn't as heavy as yesterday -- but some of the showers will pick up at times. In the Northwest Interior, it's not rain, just thick fog that will reduce your visibility to less than a quarter of a mile. Bottom line, take it easy on the roads!
We're looking for a slight -- yes, just a slight warmup later today. Indications are that sunbreaks should be a bit more prevalent between the showers as this pesky area of low pressure weakens a bit but also still the risk of a stray thundershower, too. Highs will reach the upper 50s to about 60 degrees. By Friday -- we'll still battle a few showers -- but a nice warmup, too (in the low 60s)!
Memorial Day Weekend still looks decent. With the remnants of the low still in the region, the foothills and mountains still might see a few afternoon showers on Saturday and Sunday due to a weakly unstable atmosphere but dry for the lowlands under partly sunny skies ). With the added sunshine, highs should climb into the mid (maybe even upper) 60s.
KOMO 4cast Team
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