After September began unseasonably cool with a few showers around the Seattle area earlier in the week, temperatures will begin gradually increasing on Wednesday.
While daytime highs will hover around 70 F on Wednesday, slightly below the normal high of 74 F, clouds will eventually give way to sun. In fact, the sunny skies are expected to remain in the area into the weekend.
August was unusually wet for the city. As of Saturday, August 30, 1.68 inches of rain had fallen in the Seattle area, double the average August rainfall of 0.80 inches.
Lots of sunshine will continue to bathe the region on Thursday and Friday. Highs will hover in the mid-70s on Thursday with temperatures gradually rising to 80 F by Friday.
Conditions will remain pleasant heading into the weekend as highs stay into the 80s on Saturday with an abundance of sunshine.
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