Updated Thursday 3:20 p.m.
Guess what? It rained in Seattle again!
I know, shocking.
With a passing shower Thursday afternoon, Seattle now has collected measurable rain on 22 of the 27 days so far in October. One more rainy day and we tie the record. We're also still inching closer to the record for wettest October on record -- just 0.05" short as of 3 p.m. with a decent chance to break it later this evening.
That's because we'll continue to see scattered showers through the night with lows in the upper 40s.
A very weak system will nick the coast on Friday for a few showers there, but it looks like we'll be dry here in the Puget Sound region and I-5 corridor. Highs should warm into the low 60s.
The weekend and into Halloween Monday is shaping up to be kinda Seattle normal -- just periods of light rain at times as weak system spin through the Northwest. Wettest periods appear to be from late morning Saturday into the evening, and then again Sunday afternoon with rain showers dotting the region all day on Monday. Have a rain contingency for trick-or-treating time (as usual) but it doesn't look like heavy rain, just... not really dry either, especially in the Puget Sound region. Highs through the period will be in the mid-upper 50s.
We dry out pretty quickly Monday night with perhaps ekeing out a dry day again on Tuesday with temps in the upper 50s, but then it looks like the Pacific Ocean is winding up for another round of wetter weather as we get into the end of next week. November certainly isn't going to want to be upstaged by October now, is it?
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