WeatherWatcher: Convergence zone excitement, rainy week ahead

Sunday, April 1, 2018

We had an exciting weather system on Easter April Fool's to keep us fooled about if we were in winter or spring. A strong convergence zone formed behind the cold front this morning. It mainly stayed north of Shoreline for most of the day, keeping it dark and cloudy. Later in the evening the convergence zone moved south and brought rain, wet snow flakes and graupel. Some may have heard thunder as it became more active after moving into Seattle.

For the remainder of the evening and into Monday morning the threat of rain showers, mixing with snow or graupel, remain. There really isn't any significant accumulation expected, although there might be a dusting on grassy surfaces in the morning.

Monday afternoon through Tuesday evening we will see a bit of a break with only a slight chance of showers, with highs in the 50's and lows in the 40's. Tuesday night rain returns and is expected to be fairly consistent through Friday. A small break is expected in the rain on Friday before more rain returns for next weekend.

Temperatures through the week are expected to be near normal, with highs in the mid 50's, and lows in the 40's. Friday looks to be our warmest day right now with a high temperature near 60°F.

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