Updated Tuesday 2:10 p.m.
Here comes the rain again -- but if it feels like the rain hits us like every day to every other day, there are some signs that the pace of storms is starting to slow.
Still, we're on tap for a rainy evening and early night as a weak front swings through with rain tapering to showers after midnight. Lows will be around 40.
Scattered showers will be the norm on Wednesday as the storm's main trough lollygags around the region with highs in the mid 50s. Showers will decrease Wednesday night and Thursday but conditions are favorable for pesky Convergence Zone showers to linger between Seattle and Everett through Thursday. Highs will stay in the mid-upper 40s.
Just like last Friday, this Friday is looking fairly pleasant with partly sunny skies and highs in the upper 50s.
The weekend looks somewhat like this past weekend, only not as wet and with more dry time. Right now, forecast charts peg the rain to arrive more around late Saturday evening or early Saturday night with highs near 60. Showers will linger into Sunday morning but then decrease and end by the afternoon. So should be plenty of dry time to squeeze in those activities, just try to avoid later Saturday and early Sunday.
Monday kicks off May dry and partly sunny and this time, it looks to stick around as long range forecasts are trending warmer and drier for the first part of May.
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