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High: 63°
Precip: 0.11"
Low: 59°
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Today's Forecast

Updated Saturday 7:50 a.m.

I'm sorry... Nothing makes you feel more powerless against the weather than wet weather moving just in time for a holiday weekend. Fall appears to be jumping the gun this morning with gray skies and showers across a lot of western Washington.

The rest of the day is going to look a lot like the morning hours. Plan on light showers at times with a very rare sunbreak in the afternoon. Highs today will hit the mid to upper 60s.

Sunday another area of low pressure will bring us more showers and mostly gray skies. Temps will hover in the upper 60s.

Labor Day will being slightly better with a few more sunbreaks, but we still have the chance of a shower. Temps will bring 70 degrees in some spots.

Tuesday through Thursday will be a mix of showers and sunbreaks.

We have to wait until Friday for partly to mostly sunny skies to return with highs in the mid 70s..

Theron Zahn
KOMO 4 Weather

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