Updated Wednesday 3:46 a.m.
Get ready for a little spring preview! Temperatures Thursday and Friday will rise well into the 50's and slightly above normal. Some spots may even get close to that 60-degree mark. Might be a little wishful thinking, but if Seattle hit 60 degrees it would be the first 60-degree day in February in four years! Yes, the last time we saw 60's in February was 62 degrees on February 25, 2016.
Morning fog and mist will be followed by broken sunshine today. Areas of fog will again develop Thursday morning but should see a decent amount of afternoon sun. Clouds begin to thicken Friday with the approach of the next Pacific storm. A period of moderately heavy rain returns Friday night, likely well after the evening rush hour. Can't rule out a rumble of thunder Saturday afternoon as the departing Pacific storm brings in colder air aloft. Sunday is the pick of the weekend with dry, partly sunny conditions. Then cool, wet weather settles back in Monday through Tuesday as an active storm track sets up across the Pacific Northwest.
Meteorologist Kristin Clark
The KOMO4 Forecast Team
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