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Western Washington forecast

The "heat train" keeps rolling today and into the weekend with possible record temps. Warmth eases gradually next workweek.


Sunshine and warm temperatures have been a common theme the past few days and that doesn't look to change at all today.  Highs will warm to the mid and upper 70s, with north winds at 2 to 10 mph.


After two straight days of record warmth in Quillayute and Shelton (Wednesday) and then Sea-Tac Airport (Thursday), we'll be back in record territory again today.

We'll have more temperatures in the mid to upper 70s with spotty 80s. The easterly winds will be light but still dry and warm. By the way, the sunset is now in the 8 p.m. hour at 8:01 p.m. Friday!  Should be gorgeous evening to head out to see the Sounders and Mariners play as they are back in action here in SODO. 

Saturday will be the apex of our warming trend with upper 70s and a few more locations in the 80s.

Sunday we'll have a few more clouds as the flow changes a bit, but it will still be partly cloudy with lots of mid to upper 70s.

We'll have a slow "cooling" pattern from Monday through next Friday with the chance of light, spotty showers by Tuesday. 

Have a great weekend and enjoy the warmth!!