Most are pretty routine stuff: Number of yards Russell Wilson will throw, who will score more points in the second half, etc.
Updated: 5:45 p.m.
We have certainly come down from the lofty heights of setting records for warm temperatures in January. Tonight we go back to more familiar fare, which of course means rain at times and overnight lows in the mid-forties.
Wednesday starts off cloudy with a few spot showers and ends about the same. I think for most folks you can think of it as a mostly dry and mostly cloudy day with high temperatures in the low to mid-fifties.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday all look dry with high temperatures staying in the mid-fifties. The next round of potential rainfall arrives Sunday. Which is actually not a bad deal given that a certain football game will have most people indoors and paying very close attention!
In the Cascades the snow level will be at 5,500 feet. We might be seen some rain and snow mixed but there's not enough moisture for it to significantly change the current snow levels at our ski areas. Afternoon pass temperatures will range from the mid-forties to the mid-thirties.
Eastern Washington will feature partly to mostly cloudy skies and temperatures between 45 and 50°.
So once again, while a good portion of the nation is getting hammered by winter storms and persistent cold, we just keep cruising along. It kind of make you wonder about what might happen in February. It's that whole pendulum thing...You know?
Have a great night and a terrific Wednesday