Updated Wednesday 3:05 p.m.
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There is really no change to the weather. Well, maybe a few tweaks. The marine breezes will be a little stronger overnight so expect a clear start with some low clouds rolling in toward dawn. Lows will be in the mid-upper 50s.
Thursday will start with some areas of morning clouds but they'll go "poof" and it'll be a sunny day with highs in the mid-upper 70s.
We settle back into a light ocean breeze pattern that will have limited-to-zero morning clouds then sunny and warm with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. That goes for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
And Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
And probably even beyond that. Just nothing out there showing any significant change. One record we can mention while we await August 8th to break the dry streak record is that this will be the first July on record to have zero rain in Seattle. There have been a few times we've had a only a trace of rain -- as in doesn't count as measurable rain, but raindrops were observed. This July? Nothing. The climate record says 0.
P.S. Note that we're still having some computer issues with our satellite and GIF radar animation loops. Techs are working on it; in the meantime we've removed the outdated images from our site. They will return when the issue is fixed -- hopefully in the next day or two.
Today's Record Temperatures