SEATTLE -- An upper level low is dropping down from British Columbia today, keeping us unstable enough to kick up showers today, but they will be ending from the north this afternoon/evening. It'll be chillier-than-normal today with highs in the mid-to-upper 50s.
Tomorrow looks nice -- morning fog, afternoon sun, highs near 60. A weak dying system wafts through on Thursday for perhaps a drop of rain. Mainly it'll be mostly cloudy with highs in the upper 50s. Friday looks partly sunny, upper 50s. We could get a few showers on Saturday. But Sunday & Monday, Columbus Day, look terrific -- mostly sunny after morning fog, highs low 60s.
Viewer photos of the day . . .
Early season snow on Mt. Elinor. From Dave at Lake Cushman.
Audrey as a hot air balloon, and Greyson as a space man. Awesome costumes made by their mom, Rachel, from Belfair.
Evan as Slenderman. from Debby in Marysville.