Updated Monday, 5:35 p.m.
Welcome to day 6 of dry weather in mid-October! As of right now, it looks like we could continue this weather trend for another five days or so, keeping us clear through the weekend.
A ridge of high pressure is standing guard keeping the rain making systems out, and the sunny skies in. Today, a few cities will be flirting with record highs as we continue 5-10 degrees above the seasonal average.
Seatac record for this date is 70 degrees set back in 2002 and 1974. On the coast, Quillayute could see your record high of 70 degrees (set back in 1992) shattered today along with Hoqiuam's record high of 73 set back in 1989.
Along with a break from the rain, most of us have also had a lack of fog. But as weak onshore flow returns over the next couple of days, you may notice some patchy areas here and there. No big deal, just something to keep in mind if you are traveling late nights or early mornings.
Have a great Tuesday everyone!
Parella Lewis, The KOMO4 Forecast Team
Today's Record Temperatures