Updated Wednesday at 3:44 a.m.
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The marine layer has materialized this morning, allowing low clouds and even a bit of light drizzle to fall across Puget Sound. Clouds will clear by early afternoon, only to increase again later today as a ripple of energy in the westerly flow aloft moves over Washington State. A few showers will develop over the Olympic Mountains and Cascade Range today as well as on Thursday, with tomorrow seeing a bit more sun and and seasonable conditions (highs in the mid-60's).
Friday will be cloudy as light rain begins to develop during the afternoon, all part of the next storm set to slide into far southern Oregon this weekend. While the heaviest rain stays south of Puget Sound, the storm will still be close enough to trigger a few isolated thundershowers Saturday and Sunday. Any thunderstorm that develops will be capable of producing small hail and dangerous lightning.
Showers will linger over the higher elevations on Monday, followed by the next Pacific cold front on Tuesday that will bring another renewed batch of rain to all of Western Washington.
Meteorologist Kristin Clark
KOMO 4cast Team
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