Updated Monday 1:50 p.m.
Oregon and southwestern Washington might have taken the brunt of the rain Monday, but don't worry, they'll be sharing the rest of this week.
Every drop now just adds to Seattle's all-time record for wettest October through April -- set just last year. Then again, Forks is pushing 10 feet of rain since then so...hey, could be worse, sun fans.
Showers will remain mainly south of Seattle overnight and taper off toward dawn with lows in the low 40s.
Tuesday will start dry, but an approaching front will eventually get us wet again. Timing right now has roughly the evening commute in the Puget Sound region -- although earlier commuters may sneak in before the rain arrives. Highs will be in the mid 50s.
We'll see light rain for much of the day Wednesday as the front and ensuing trough take their time getting through the area with highs still in the mid 50s.
But lo and behold -- the rainy pattern finally begins to back off the accelerator toward the end of the week. We'll still see a few scattered showers on Thursday, but plenty of dry time. Right now, both Friday and Saturday look dry (what??!?). That's 2 dry days plus much of Thursday. Do we get to be greedy about Sunday?
No. Rain returns, but it's pretty light and showery. And long range forecasts are somewhat drier for next week. Perhaps May is the finish line for the record rains?
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Today's Record Temperatures