SEATTLE — Western Washington is finally getting relief from the smoke and wildfires and is starting off the weekend with some healthy air.
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Onshore wind continues this morning with a few showers over the area. There won’t be a ton of rain, but a convergence zone will keep some showers over the central sound today. Otherwise more fresh ocean air will continue to move in with a few showers here and there. Temps will stay below average in the upper-60s and lower-70s.
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Tomorrow we’ll see some fog and possibly a few sprinkles, but we’ll clear out for partly sunny skies and warmer temperatures. We should stay mainly dry on Monday and Tuesday, with Fall starting Tuesday morning.
By Wednesday some rain will increase along with the chance for some thunderstorms. We could see some thunderstorm activity with scattered showers on Thursday and some increasing rain on Friday.
A weather system moving into the region could lead to isolated thunderstorms across Western Washington today. When thunder roars, go indoors! #wawx pic.twitter.com/fhkb6M24Dl— NWS Seattle (@NWSSeattle) September 18, 2020
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