Updated Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Happy Memorial Day weekend all!
Today the sun will appear much earlier than it did on Saturday. Right from the get go we'll see those beautiful blue skies all thanks to high pressure off shore keeping out most morning clouds. Not so much the case yesterday, where our sky stayed hidden behind some stubborn clouds until late in the evening when we finally started to clear out. Definitely some star gazing last night for most around Puget Sound. Highs today will climb above normal in the low 70s. Overnights fall back to the low 50s. By late tonight our onshore flow returns and will push clouds inland for a cooler and partly sunny Memorial Day. Highs land only in the mid 60s with lows dropping to near 50.
NEXT WEEK: A weather system up in Alaska looks to drop down the BC coast and deliver more clouds and a good shot for some mid-week showers. By next weekend, though, it looks to move on out of the area. The first weekend of June is looking promising with nice sunshine and temps getting up towards 70.... the norm for late May is 67.
Enjoy your day!
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Forecaster Erin Mayovsky
The KOMO4 Forecast Team
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