Rain to Dampen Seattle at Times Through Sunday

By , Senior Meteorologist
December 14, 2013; 4:11 PM
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Residents should keep the umbrellas handy around Seattle through Sunday as a bit of rain moves through.

Rain will not soak the entire second half of the weekend, but it will be damp with a little rain at times.

Even during the occasional breaks of dry weather, a blanket of clouds will be overhead and block out the sun.

Temperatures will still manage to rise into the lower 50s on Sunday, which is a few degrees above normal.

Dry conditions will follow for Monday and Tuesday, but the same cannot be said for abundant sunshine. A bit more rain will then return on Wednesday.

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