So far today...

High: 62°
Precip: 0.00"
Low: 57°
Normal
Record
77°
95° (1993)
57°
44° (1950)
Sunrise
5:51am
Sunset
8:39pm
Precipitation
 
Normal
Monday
Trace
0.01"
This Month
Trace
0.05"
Since 1/1
16.33"
19.76"
Since 10/1
32.71"
35.16"

Today's Forecast

Updated Tuesday 6:30 a.m.

We'll start off our Tueday under mostly cloudy skies amid some sunbreaks. It's a bit cooler, too as you step out the door with lows in the upper 50s.

Come the afternoon, we'll heat up into the mid 70s -- a comfortable temperature we'll all enjoy! Look for some sunshine, and a decent amount of daylight with our sunset at 8:40.

It'll be cloudy again tomorrow morning, as well -- and with some weak energy coming our way -- look for a possible lunch-time shower on Wednesday. If we see anything, it'll be concentrated closer to the King/Snohomish County line.

Thursday and Friday are looking a touch warmer with more sunshine, before clouds increase and the chance of showers return for the weekend.

Enjoy the day!

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

 

Scott's Blog

Weather Time lapse videos show off beauty, power of nature Time lapse videos show off beauty, power of nature (Video)
West coast photographers have been busy getting great videos of the power and beauty of nature lately, so it's a perfect time to feature a few in the blog.

This first one (above) is from Arizona storm chaser Mike Olbinski, who spent quite a bit of time traversing the Midwest and Desert Southwest compiling the video for his film, which has over 45,000 images.

I suggest playing the video full screen on 4k resolution if you've got the bandwidth for it. It's amazing.
Weather July goes down as hottest month on record in Seattle
SEATTLE -- If Seattle was awarded a trophy for every heat record we've broken over the past year and a half...we'd have to build a new case. In fact, the "trophy" awarded Friday should probably be among the larger in the display shelf.
Weather Even the most in-shape firefighters affected by Seattle's heat wave
Firefighters, by the nature of their job, already have one of the hottest jobs you could imagine. But what about when Mother Nature brings blazing temperatures on the outside as well?

When a massive fire broke out in an apartment building on Queen Anne Hill on July 1 , firefighters were called in from as far away as Redmond, Shoreline and Bellevue as temperatures were sitting at 90 degrees. Why so many firefighters from all over? To make sure there were plenty on hand to rotate in and out so firefighters didn't overheat.

And with 90 degrees suddenly common this summer around Seattle, I wondered how local fire departments were dealing with the relentless heat, and how they manage to keep firefighters cool when their surroundings are burning up.

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