Erin Mayovsky is a weather forecaster on Q13 News.
Rain arriving right on time today. Most of us from the coast to the Cascades felt the showers, something we haven't seen since July 22nd at SeaTac.
Who is ready for a brief cool down? Ready for a few light showers too? That's our big weather story tonight! Rain returns overnight into Thursday for a quick visit and then it's back to summer sunshine for the area.
Summer sunshine continues to grace our region with warmer highs as well. Normal for this time of year is in the upper 70s. We hit 82 today at SeaTac and we'll most likely do it again tomorrow.
A gorgeous end to the weekend. Lots of pretty skies to enjoy after a cloudy start for some. Temperatures for the metro area and to the south soaring above our seasonal norm of 77. SeaTac hit 82, while to the north we saw highs in the mid to upper 70s.
Highs Thursday went well above the normal again! SeaTac hit 90 just before 4pm today... that's 13 degrees warmer than we usually are for this time of year. Here's a look at how the rest of the state did today. Eastern WA saw several records broke with Hanford the winner at 113 today passing the old record of 108 set back in 2014.
Another summer crowd pleaser today with blues skies for all and highs soaring well above normal. Most of us around Puget Sound were sat in the 80s while a few spots hit 90+! That's hot for Seattle standards, especially since the seasonal average is only 77 for this time of year.
What a difference 24 hours makes! Yesterday highs soared into the mid to upper 90s while today we're only in the upper 70s to low 80s. A very comfortable transition back to reality here around Puget Sound with much cooler temps.
What a way to start off the work week! Highs soaring well into the upper 80s and low 90s for some today. The National Weather Service office in Seattle was one of the spots to break a heat record today.
Record heat for a couple of spots today! Quillayute and Hoquiam both broke high temp records on the coast. And check out Vancouver hitting triple digits at 100! HOT!