Updated Thursday 4:00 p.m.
The rumble of thunder is again a sound echoing across parts of the Puget Sound region as a low pressure center that's been keeping us cool and showery this week gets in some last parting shots.
Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will be around this evening into the early nighttime hours -- it won't be a washout at the Seahawks game, but you could get some passing showers, so keep that in mind. It'll also be a little chilly with game time temperatures dropping into the 50s, on the way to lows tonight in the mid 40s-low 50s. Thunderstorms will end after sundown, with remaining showers ending as we get toward dawn.
Friday should be a day of improving weather conditions as the low continues to march farther away. We're expecting partly to mostly sunny skies, especially in the afternoon, with highs in the mid-upper 60s.
Saturday is looking flat out gorgeous with sunshine and highs in the low-mid 70s. That is probably the champion of the 3-day weekend if you have outdoor ideas, but the other two days aren't too much of an issue. A weak system will slide through on Sunday, but it looks like it'll just make it cloudier with perhaps a few spotty drip-drop showers, but nothing unusual for a holiday weekend. Highs will be around 70.
It looks dry for Labor Day Monday, then a few more light showers sneak in for Tuesday before sunshine returns anew for the middle and end of the week with seasonal highs in the low-mid 70s.
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