WeatherWatcher: Strong winds Thursday, dry weekend ahead

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

We have a moderate storm system moving in Thursday morning and afternoon that is expected to bring some significant rainfall during the day and wind in the evening. It's not strong enough to prompt any wind warnings or advisories.

Thursday, rainfall is expected to be up to 1 inch or a little more in the area. 1.5 inches is possible before Thursday night is over. Winds are expected to start to pick up in the afternoon, probably close to 3pm, and taper off near or after midnight. Winds are expected to gust up to 40mph, though I suspect they may not be as strong over Shoreline, so probably closer to 30-35mph for our area.

Friday we are going for mostly cloudy skies with some showers as we clear up for the weekend with partly to mostly sunny skies both Saturday and Sunday. Highs Thursday through the weekend are expected to be near either side of 50°F.

Wet weather is expected to make its return Monday afternoon or evening and last at least through the middle of next week.

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