But October 19? Indeed, strange enough but then when you find out it's only tied for the third-warmest day this month, it's really something.
Updated Tuesday 6:45 a.m.
Showers -- and some of them heavy at times will greet us on the morning commute. We're aiming for scattered wet weather today as highs reach the low to mid 60s. This, all in advance of a strong front that will dump the rain and kick up our winds overnight and into Wednesday.
A wind advisory will be in effect from 11pm through 8am for the coast, NW Interior, San Juan/Island Counties and across Admirality Inlet. Gusts could exceed 60 mph. There's also a flood watch in effect through Wednesday afternoon across Mason County -- specifically for the Skokomish River.
Wednesday looks to be the wettest and windiest of the workweek as conditions start to cool down by Thursday and Friday.
Both weekend days are in the "showers and sunbreaks" category as we have residual showers leftover from Friday's system but lighter showers, especially as we get into Sunday. Highs will stay around 60.
Enjoy the day!
KOMO 4cast Team
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