SEATTLE - Happy Saturday all!
What a nice start to the weekend! Temperatures today soaring into the low 60s around the Central Sound with even warmer highs the farther south you travel.
A few showers will move in tonight as the next weather system drops down out of the north. Morning Easter Egg Hunts will see damp to wet grounds with showers holding off until mid-day. Easter Sunday afternoon highs will be much cooler by 10 plus degrees, near 48°. Brr!
A convergence zone will also set up in the Seattle area tomorrow by noon bringing showers through mid-afternoon.
Sunday's front will exit by the evening hours, drying us out and clearing skies. This will allow temps to cool into the 30s by Monday morning and there may be patchy freezing fog for the morning commute. A ridge will bring us sunshine Monday and Tuesday. Highs rebound nicely to near normal, in the mid to upper 50s. Rain chances return midweek through Friday with an unsettled pattern with us. We're keeping an eye on Thursday for a chance of a few pop up thunderstorms. Highs fall into the low 50s about six degrees below average.
Have a great Easter Sunday!
-Erin Mayovsky, Q13 Forecaster
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