Updated Wednesday 2:50 p.m.
North Seattle had all the "fun" Tuesday, but looks like at least for part of Wednesday, it's the South Sound's turn.
Showers were bubbling up again Wednesday, and while they're not quite as intense as Tuesday's storms, they could have brief bursts of heavy rain and small hail, perhaps with a dash of thunder. Showers will decrease, then end overnight with partly cloudy skies and lows around 40.
We should get a day's break from the rain for Thursday which looks quite pleasant with highs in the mid-upper 50s.
Steady rains return for Friday another front blows through, leaving us with a renewed pattern of showers-and-sunbreaks for both Saturday and Sunday. The air mass doesn't look as unstable for the weekend as it has been the past two days so the showers should be lighter and less bothersome -- and we'll have plenty of sunbreaks in between with highs in the mid 50s.
Showers-and-sunbreaks hold into early next week and then an arctic blast moves in with a chance of 6-10" of snow and.... oh, come on now you'd think I'd go an entire weather forecast discussion without one April Fool's gotcha? :) The actual forecast for the middle and end of next week actually is trending rather pleasant with sunshine and highs around 60.
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