The highest fire danger is in the Cascades but also in the foothills and south and west of Seattle.
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The Heat Advisory is in effect from Saturday afternoon through Monday night as the highest temperatures of the year so far blanket the area.
Some might even call Sunday’s forecast high temperature HOT.
After a cooler, cloudier Monday, 70-degree temperatures are returning to the region for the next two days.
It may only be April, but you may want to dig out those summer shorts and sandals to keep cool, especially with the below-normal temperatures we’ve had this month.
It may not look like it now on a cool and wet Monday, but shorts will be in your future by the end of the week.
It may be spring, but some areas are still getting some wet snow.
Though it’s not a first for Western Washington, snow is in the forecast for parts of the lowlands as we head toward the end of March.
If you’re tired of the cold and rain, Friday and Saturday will bring a much-needed respite as mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures are in the forecast.
After a day of calm weather, another system is bringing rain and windy weather in the lowlands with heavy snow in the mountains Thursday.