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☁ KIRO 7 Weather Blog from Chief Meteorologist Morgan Palmer ☁
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All signs point to much warmer weather heading to Western Washington next week, with many spots getting into the 70s for only the second time this year!
A Saturday storm will be near the Washington coast to start the weekend and make landfall along the Vancouver Island coast by evening. It's a fairly potent low pressure system though it will be weakening as it moves ashore.
A stream of moisture from near Hawaii will impact the Pacific Northwest Sunday through Tuesday, bringing heavy rain along its path and the possibility of river flooding early next week.
After a wet start to the fall, December is turning much drier. The weather pattern looks set up to keep dry weather in place through at least mid-December.