The latest storm tracker map from NOAA for Hurricane Ignacio shows the weakening storm currently in the Central Pacific Ocean heading north, then curling back to the east, making "landfall" in central British Columbia on Wednesday.
Updated Saturday 5:30 a.m.
Welcome to the weekend! We'll have a little something for everyone -- so it's certainly a people-pleasing forecast.
First up, we'll burn off the clouds this morning and make way for mostly sunny skies later today. Highs will reach the upper 60s to about 70. Overall, a great start to the Labor Day Weekend.
Clouds will increase late tonight and the chance of rain approaches with a weak cold front. If you're out after midnight, expect some scattered showers with more steady rain likely for Sunday services. It'll be a soggy start to Sunday, with the wet weather tapering off by the afternoon.
Come Labor Day, it'll be dry again as highs push into the upper 60s. We'll start the day mostly cloudy, giving way to a mix of sun & clouds. Of course, next week looks milder and brighter, with temperatures climbing into the upper 70s as Seattle, Everett and Tacoma begin their school year. Go Figure!
In the meantime, have a wonderful weekend.
KOMO 4cast Team
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