A stretch of wet weather moved into the Seattle area this week and will continue to dampen the city Father's Day.
Temperatures through the weekend will hover between the mid to low 60s with overnight lows in the 40s.
Clouds will roll back into Seattle overnight, bringing cloudy skies for Father's Day on Sunday. Rain showers will dampen the region during the afternoon, hindering outdoor plans for the holiday.
Partly sunny skies will return on Monday but a brief shower or two will be in the offing for the city as cloudy skies continue.
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