Cooler, more pleasant weather will make a return to Seattle this weekend after a warm start to the week.
The normal high temperature this time of year in Seattle is 77 F.
The weekend will feature sunny skies in time for outdoor plans.
Overnight temperatures will rest in the upper 50s, on par with usual nighttime temperatures for this time of year.
"The weekend looks mostly dry right now with comfortable high temperatures and a good deal of sunshine," AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Brian Edwards said.
Daytime highs will be around 77 F Saturday, providing pleasant weather for those who have plans to spend time outdoors. Nighttime lows are expected to be around 60 F.
Sunday should follow a similar trend but will be slightly warmer. The warmth and sunshine will remain into the start of next week as well.
Temperatures will climb from the high 70s to near the 85 F mark for Monday and Tuesday.
By Wednesday, a chance for afternoon showers will return to the area and remain through late week.
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