Seattle: Drier Air, Warmer Temperatures Return

By Mark Leberfinger, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
September 9, 2013; 8:35 PM ET
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The stubborn storm that brought wet weather to the Pacific Northwest late last week and over the weekend has finally departed, allowing for the return of dry weather for Seattle and surrounding areas.

High pressure building in will usher in dry air from the north, allowing for sunshine to dominate each day through midweek.

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Temperatures will slowly rise over the next several days as Monday's high of 79 degrees climbs into the upper 80s by Wednesday.

Wednesday will be the warmest day of the week then temperatures will drop slightly into the low 80s to round out the week.

Daytime hours on Thursday and Friday will contain plenty of sunshine for Seattle's Original Coffee Walk, beginning at the Hammering Man.

The sunshine will continue through Saturday, providing a pleasant day for the Seattle Boats Afloat Show at South Lake Union.

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