The Washington State Department of Natural Resources is implementing new, temporary burn restrictions in several regions in the state.
Happy Thursday! Talk about a picture-perfect day in the PNW! Temperatures peaked in the mid-70s making it the warmest day of the year AND the new record breaking high temperature for the day. The previous record was set back in 1999 at 74 degrees. We topped out at 75 degrees today!
Washingtonians can enjoy temperatures in the 70s for the next few days.
Happy pre-Friday! If you're keeping count, today will be our fifth dry day in our streak of nice weather. Many more are ahead.
Clear skies and warm temps continue!
Happy Thursday! We reached a high of 67 degrees this afternoon making it the warmest temperature this year! We'll continue to break that though. High pressure is building and turning up the heat. Temperatures will only be a couple degrees shy of records this week. The record highs are labeled below in pink.
Q13's Lisa Villegas has the latest forecast on what to expect
Today will be our fourth dry in our streak of nice weather. So far in 2021 we've only been managed to get six of these in a row in March -- but this trend looks to beat that by at least 3 or 4.
Some spots will see 80 degrees this weekend!
Happy Tuesday! We hit 64 degrees this afternoon! Were you able to enjoy? If not, no worries. This stretch is going to continue throughout the 7-day forecast.
Saturday will be the warmest day with highs of 77 degrees
After a beautiful Monday, we're going to see more sunshine and even warmer temperatures on Tuesday.
Lots of sun in the forecast this week!
Temperatures will warm up to low to mid 70s by the end of the week
We reached a high of 54 degrees this afternoon under sunny skies. I'm sure you felt that breeze too! It'll stick around in the forecast for the next couple of days then taper off. Lucky for us, the sunshine continues in the forecast along with warmer temperatures.
Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s for the week
The sunshine and warming temperatures have many people flocking to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival and it’s giving businesses in Skagit County a much-needed boost.
A chilly start with clear skies this morning, but big changes are ahead for Western Washington with our first big warm up of 2021.
If you like sunshine and warming temperatures, you'll love this week's forecast.