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Rain returns...

by Keisha Burns

Updated today at 6:36 AM

A wet start to the morning across western Washington with periods of rain likely as a warm front stalls over the region. This pattern will continue through Thursday with the bulk of the precipitation falling at the coast and in the Cascades. In fact, 48-hour rainfall in the Interior lowlands will range from 0.75 to 1.50 inches, while 1-2” at the coast and 1.5 to 3.0 in the mountains.

Temperatures will be much cooler with less sun through Thursday. Highs will range from the upper 50’s to lower 70’s.

Rain will continue at times through the morning, followed by a brief dry break later this afternoon.  Rain will pick up again later this evening with an approaching cold front tonight into Thursday morning.

Drier weather will return by end the workweek as a ridge of high pressure slides through the region with more sunbreaks.

 

Make it a Great Wednesday!

Keisha Burns/NWCN First Alert Weather