So far today...

High: 64°
Precip: 0.00"
Low: 54°
Normal
Record
77°
94° (1988)
56°
47° (1954)
Sunrise
5:39am
Sunset
8:52pm
Precipitation
 
Normal
Thursday
T"
0.02"
This Month
0.77"
0.58"
Since 1/1
28.08"
19.59"
Since 10/1
35.07"
34.99"

Today's Forecast

Updated Friday 11:00 a.m.

It's the late morning hour -- and we're still dealing with a mix of sun & clouds. We're going to hold onto this trend for the next few hours as a weak system rolls into British Columbia. This batch of energy might trigger a few Olympic Mountain showers, otherwise keep things in the mid 70s later today.

High pressure wins out this weekend as sunshine will dominate the weather maps. We're looking at warmer conditions, too -- as highs reach the upper 70s and low to mid 80s through Sunday.

We stay sunny and warm through next week with highs gradually rising a bit to the mid-upper 80s. Our coastal friends will once again enjoy "cooler" conditions, as highs will only top out in the mid 60s (so that's a spot to get refreshed). 

Enjoy the weekend!

Seth Wayne
KOMO 4cast Team
Email me: swayne@komotv.com

 

Scott's Blog

Weather By the numbers: Wednesday's record rainfall(Video)
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Here are some of the statistics from the storm:
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The wildfires raging across Washington, Oregon and Idaho are not only bringing a dense, smoky haze to much of the area just to the east of the Cascades, but its effects are being felt over 1,000 miles away across the Upper Midwest.

Jonathan Yuhas, a meteorologist with KSTP-TV in Minneapolis, noted that skies over Minnesota have taken a "frosty haze" to them ever since the wildfires have erupted here in the Northwest.
Weather Seattle's break from heat wave comes with a price for Central Washington
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But one region's relief is another region's pain. The process that is cooling down Western Washington is wreaking havoc in Central Washington and the firefighting efforts over there.

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