Friday, October 7, 2016
First fall storm of the season rolled through Thursday night into Friday morning bringing in 0.43 inches of rain and some moderate winds. Shoreline and Lake Forest Park only saw gusts to 31mph out of this one. Harder hit areas from this storm were several miles north and the Washington state coast. Overall not a significant event, but certainly more active weather than we've had the last three months.
Forecast: Friday night - Sunday night the forecast is calling for rain or rain at times. You can just expect it to rain the entire weekend. Total rain fall amounts are forecast to be someplace from 1.5 inches to up to 3 inches of rain. Temperatures are going to hover in the mid to upper 50's day and night.
Monday morning the clouds will break up a little for rain to drop down to just showers. Monday afternoon looks to be clearing to partly sunny skies with a high temperature reaching the mid 60's. Tuesday looks to be our nice day at a mostly sunny day with highs near 70°F. Wednesday a new storm starts to push in with clouds and the chance of showers. Wednesday night - Friday another long period of clouds and rain returns, temperatures back into the upper 50's.
For current weather conditions or updates, shorelineweather.com