Seattle is in store for an extended stretch of sunshine and warmer weather after a shower or thunderstorm starts the weekend.
Skies will be mostly sunny Sunday through the majority of the new week. Night skies will feature mostly clear skies as well.
Temperatures will be higher than normal for the region over the next several days. Reaching up to the middle 80s, the high for the next several days will bring moderately warmer weather than usual. The normal high for this time of year is 77 F.
Still, temperatures will not rise close to record highs.
Overnight temperatures will follow the similar higher trend reaching into the upper 50s and lower 60s. Normal night temperatures are in the mid-50s.
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