It's breezy out there but the Wind Advisory for the coast and from Everett north expires at 4 a.m. Winds have just about peaked and will slowly be subsiding into tomorrow morning but it stays blustery throughout. We'll have some rain showers through the morning so plan on a wet commute but not a deluge.
In the passes we have traction tire advisories right now and that situation should get a bit better by morning.
Showers will be passing through the day Friday with lots of clouds. As a stronger low pressure system moves by toward Vancouver Island late Friday, we'll have plenty of rain returning by the Friday evening commute. That drive will be quite soggy. It'll also start getting breezy again, especially at the coast.
Saturday night we'll probably have a Wind Advisory for parts of the area and perhaps warnings at the coast and north. The strongest wind will be overnight Friday into early Saturday morning. Winds could exceed 45mph in gusts at the coast and north and 35-40mph elsewhere, including Puget Sound. Nothing major, but pretty breezy.
Wind will subside Saturday morning with slowly tapering showers through the day Saturday and into Sunday but we don't have completely dry days. A few showers will move through Monday and Tuesday with possibly a drying trend later next week.
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