PUGET SOUND FORECAST
Clouds and a few showers to start the day, but the showers will wrap up by mid-morning. Wednesday afternoon is expected to be partly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 60s. Light winds.
Weak high pressure will build in today ending the few showers that are left this morning and turning our skies partly sunny this afternoon. Highs, which only hit 59 at Sea-Tac Airport yesterday, will warm into the mid to upper 60s in most places this afternoon.
Thursday will start dry but another warm front will spread increasing rain into western Washington during the afternoon. The front will move through overnight on Thursday, leaving only a few showers behind on Friday mixed with partly sunny skies.
The break will be brief as another front will push in from the south on Saturday for increasing rain. Right now, computer models keep most of the rainfall from Everett southward. The front moves through overnight Saturday - again leaving behind off-and-on showers on Sunday that will decrease during the day with a little sunshine mixed in.
It’s looking better for Memorial Day on Monday, with partly sunny skies and highs in the mid-60s. But there will probably be some afternoon showers in the mountains on Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday should see more sunshine and highs warming into the mid-60s to around 70 degrees. Spring is trying!!