Despite a damp start to the new year, the weekend will bring a break from the rain for Seattle.
Temperatures will remain consistently in the mid- to upper 40s during the day and in the 30s overnight through the remainder of this week and into next.
Cloudy skies will be prominent for both Saturday and Sunday, as temperatures hover around 45 degrees both days.
Clouds will remain in the area through the entirety of next week with the next chance of showers coming on Tuesday.
However, Monday morning will bring dense fog, which may create some travel delays for those headed to work during the morning hours.
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Joaquin continues its journey across the northern Atlantic toward Europe, where it is expected to reach Spain and Portugal this weekend.
Winter will kick off with mild weather in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic as an intensifying El Nino influences the weather pattern across the country.
Beginning in the evening hours of Oct. 8 and continuing through Oct. 9, the peak of the Draconid meteor shower will become visible to eager stargazers.
Choi-wan is weakening and set to lose its tropical characteristics by Thursday night, but that will not prevent northern Japan and neighboring Russia from facing strong winds, heavy rain and pounding seas.
After historic rainfall across South Carolina, dam breaches and failures have aggravated already dangerous flooding problems.
Hill City, KS (1991)
90 degrees during the afternoon. Just 36 hours earlier the temperature was 25 degrees.
Brunswick, GA (1996)
8.03" of rain.
Tulsa, OK (2000)
A trace of snow - the earliest observation of snow on record.