WeatherWatcher: Blustery day Tuesday as fall weather pattern continues

Monday, September 16, 2019

Breezy waters in Shoreline
Photo by Carl Dinse

Our fall-like weather pattern is expected to continue this week. We have the strongest storm we've seen since last spring rolling through on Tuesday. We could see up to half an inch of rain with this new storm, as well as breezy conditions.

Winds could get as strong as 25mph, maybe even 35mph in spots. Also, there's a slight chance of a thunderstorm in the afternoon or evening, but the chance is pretty slim north of Seattle.

Wednesday brings showers, with another threat of isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon. Thursday may be our dry day with partly sunny skies with a high temperature in the upper 60's. Showers return Thursday night through Friday night.

For the weekend and beyond, Saturday is another potential dry day with rain returning Saturday night and into Sunday. We are expected to continue with the showery weather pattern into the early part of next week as well.

Temperatures all week long are expected to range in or around the mid 60's for high temperatures with lows into the mid-upper 50's.

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