So far today...

High: 71°
Precip: 0.00"
Low: 60°
103° (2009)
45° (1954)
This Month
Since 1/1
Since 10/1

Today's Forecast

Updated Tuesday 6:35 a.m.

Good Morning and welcome to another sunny and warm day!

We're looking at another round of mid to upper 80s across the region as high pressure continues to dominate the weather maps. In fact, the forecast for the next seven days features nearly identical conditions: Pretty much full sunny days and clear nights across much of the Interior. Coastal communities will have a few more morning clouds -- but they'll burn off through the day. 

Long range models show perhaps a little cooling next week as the marine breezes bump up a bit, but nothing significant is on the horizon.

Enjoy and stay cool!

Seth Wayne
KOMO 4cast Team
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