Morning clouds/drizzle then sun

The ridge of high pressure across the Northwest isn't super strong, but strong enough to keep rain at bay out in the Pacific.

Onshore flow off the Pacific is strong enough to keep temperatures from soaring, and will bring more clouds to the region early tomorrow.

That breaks to sunshine and we'll have highs in the 60s and lower 70s.

Saturday morning will start gloomy with the chance for a little drizzle but we'll have some afternoon sun.  For Sunday and Monday, expect a mix of clouds and sun with highs in the 70s.

We are tied right now for the driest May on record for Seattle at 0.12".  There is still a chance to remain tied for this record as rainfall chances are slim through the end of the month.