Updated Wednesday 2:40 p.m.
Well, today was a bit... damp. Seattle wasn't quite to an inch of rain as of Wednesday afternoon, but it sure felt like it.
This will likely be the wettest day of the next several days, but that doesn't mean we won't be shaking the showers from the forecast.
Tonight will see steady rains decreasing to showers as we get toward midnight. A low pressure center will skirt by the coast overnight, bringing gusty winds to the coast and NW Interior to perhaps 40 mph but nothing too troubling. Wind speeds will remain in the 20-30 mph gust range for the Puget Sound region -- not a bit deal since the low center isn't making landfall. Lows will be in the upper 40s.
A weak trough follows through on Thursday for just some light scattered showers amid perhaps a rogue sunbreak. Highs will climb to near 60.
We're still holding dry for Friday -- even partly sunny after some morning fog. This is your outdoor day as highs get into the low 60s.
The weekend is pretty typical Seattle -- mostly cloudy with scattered showers at times, but nothing heavy or widespread. Highs will drop back into the 50s.
We're clinging to just scattered light showers for Halloween but a wetter pattern appears to be revving up again as we turn the calendar to November. Hopefully it's not 12 hours early :)
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