Updated Wednesday 2:05 p.m.
Well, that was fun. A decent Convergence Zone swept through Seattle, giving us a quick drenching with even some hail, but the weather pattern overall is starting to calm down a bit.
We'll still see some scattered showers overnight, but decreasing as we go. Lows will drop to the low-mid 40s.
Just a few showers lingering on Thursday with extra potential near and in the mountains. Highs will stay a bit below normal in the mid-upper 50s.
We're back to another dry Friday -- seems to be the one day of the week we can count on being dry of late. Under partly sunny skies, highs should get to around 60.
Saturday begins dry too, but our next weather system won't be too far behind. We should get in much of the day before the rains arrive in the evening or early nighttime hours. Highs will drop to the mid-upper 50s.
Showers linger into Sunday morning then we dry as the day goes - although another pesky Convergence Zone is possible.
There might be a few sprinkles left in a dying convergence zone Monday morning, but otherwise it's a dry day that could last into Tuesday and Wednesday(!) with highs crossing into the 60s! Now, if we were only allowed to treat Tuesday and Wednesdays as Fridays too... L
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