Updated: Sunday, 6:20 p.m.
All eyes on a new workweek -- and we're aiming for a true springtime feel!
Until we get there, we'll wrap up the final hours of Sunday under mostly cloudy skies with some scattered sprinkles for the Central and South Sounds. For those across the North Coast and the Northwest Interior, look for steady rains to wrap up late tonight.
So, back to the workweek. We'll hold onto the clouds and mild air on Monday -- all in advance of a cold front which will bring lots of instability to the atmosphere. Rain comes through on Monday night -- and look for cooler air to roll through on Tuesday. That's going to kick up our storm chances, so small hail, thunder and lightning are all a possibility.
Come Wednesday, we continue our showery pattern as highs will reach the low to mid 50s. And this trend continues through the end of the workweek.
Have a great week!
KOMO 4cast Team
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Depending on where you spend your Sunday, today could be rain free with some sunbreaks, or gray with showers.
Areas along the coast and north of Seattle have a better chance of seeing showers than areas to the south. There is a stalled out front hanging out along the coast. It's going to take awhile for it to move through so that is why we are seeing the differing conditions today.
Most areas will spend the day dry with a couple sunbreaks. Highs will hit the upper 50s to low 60s.
Monday we are still waiting for that pesky front to move through. Plan on mostly cloudy skies with showers still lingering to the west and north. Highs will be noticeably mild, topping out in the mid 60s.
Monday night the front finally comes through giving us steady rain into Tuesday morning.
Tuesday is looking like our most active weather day of the week with a mix of showers, thundershowers, and some sunbreaks.
The KOMO4 Forecast Team