WeatherWatcher: Rainy weather continues

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Rainy weather in Shoreline
Photo by Carl Dinse

Forecast: More wet weather is in store for us this week. Rain is expected for most of Monday, changing over to showers Monday evening. Showers remain in the forecast Tuesday through next weekend with the exception of a sunny afternoon on Friday.

We are expecting some more breezy times as well with Tuesday evening being the worst of it. Wind gusts Tuesday night could reach 25-35mph. Another breezy night is predicted for Wednesday night. Temperatures are expected to top out in the upper 50's to low 60's all week with lows in the lower to mid 40's. Overall this is very typical and seasonal weather for April.

Saturday's wind storm brought strong wind gusts between about 11am and 2:30pm. We had a wind advisory in effect during this time as well. There was a peak wind gust of 30mph at the Richmond Beach weather station. Sea-Tac airport saw gusts to 36mph and Paine Field airport in Everett saw a gust of 44mph. Many other areas in the Puget Sound ranged between 25-30mph. This storm was about 10-15mph less than forecasted.

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