It will be a cold week for the Seahawks' victory celebrations coming home from their Super Bowl win.
Temperatures for the week will have highs only in the middle to lower 30s. For the victory parade on Wednesday temperatures will not climb out of the 20s.
Lows for the overnight hours will dip into the lower 20s and the teens. Thanks in part to some slightly gusty winds, RealFeel® temperatures may be up to 10 degrees lower during the daytime hours some days.
Precipitation chances for the week will be very slight, likely resulting in no rain or snow for the area in the coming days. The next significant chances for some rainfall will be over the weekend, when temperatures will warm back to the middle and upper 40s.
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