Updated Friday, 6:30 a.m.
Good Morning -- and welcome to FRIDAY! It's been a looong week as we've been dealing with a decent amount of rain. Well, we're in between two systems, so look for a drier morning commute. Otherwise, it'll remain dry (amid a few showers at times) and highs in the upper 50s to about 60 degrees this afternoon.
... our dry conditions won't last long as the wind and rain make a comeback after dinner tonight. A WIND ADVISORY is in effect from 8pm Friday through 5am Saturday for much of the Eastside, Eastern Snohomish and Pierce Counties, too. Winds could gust in excess of 30 mph at times -- so be prepared for the possibility of power outages and downed trees.
Saturday will be soggy and gusty at times. The rain will be moderate at times through the morning, and winds around all of Western Washington will kick up between 30 and 45 mph, especially near the beaches and waterfront. Be prepared to tie-down the tents at the Husky tailgates and have the raingear handy for the game.
Sunday looks a bit calmer, but we'll still contend with lingering showers or even a stray thunderstorm. Temps will once again max out in the 50s.
A series of disturbances will keep things wet through next week.
Have a great weekend!
KOMO 4cast Team
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