After a lengthy streak of dry weather, National Weather Service is calling for rain in Seattle’s forecast.
Wednesday’s conditions call for mainly smoky skies, and while Thursday will likely be the same, showers are expected to roll in overnight. The weather agency forecasts a 60% chance of showers from Thursday night which ramps up to an 80% chance through Saturday during the day.
Widespread smoke will also remain across the region, as National Weather Service said in a tweet that more smoke is expected to move up from the south into the area.
Cloudy skies are expected to return by Sunday, although showers could return for a brief period overnight.
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The National Weather Service is also calling for relatively lower temperatures as the week continues. Wednesday is expected to have a high of 71°F, although it’ll drop down to around 60°F by nightfall.
Thursday is calling for a high of 73°F, and daytime highs between 65°F and 68°F are expected throughout the rest of the week.
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