Through tonight: Any clouds of the day are likely to dissipate with the lack of sunshine, in the end leaving our skies primarily clear. Temperatures attain the mid-50s to round 60 for lows. Winds are mild from the northwest.
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Tomorrow (Friday): It’s nearly excellent, so attempt to spend a while outdoors if you happen to can. Skies are primarily sunny for a great portion of the day. We may even see cloudiness improve earlier than sundown. Coupled with low humidity, temperatures attain the low 80s for highs. Winds are mild from the northwest.
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Pollen replace: The most up-to-date pollen report was washed out by rain.
Atmospheric river: The Pacific Northwest has had a cool and moist spring into early summer time. Now a potent atmospheric river, a ribbon of showers and storms about 2,000 miles lengthy, is pointed at the region. Several inches of rain are anticipated in a lot of the space from this out-of-season occasion.
Well, you’ve got heard that it is coming. This morning’s mild rain shall be changed by heavier rain this afternoon and night. No, we did not save this satellite tv for pc loop for January. That 2000 mile stretch of moisture offshore will hold us moist into Saturday. #wawx pic.twitter.com/3UzoMqmIyp
— NWS Seattle (@NWSSeattle) June 9, 2022
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