After a cooler finish to the weekend, building warmth will move into Seattle through midweek.
The warmup begins on Monday as highs move into the mid-70s with mostly sunny and pleasant conditions.
July will start off warm, as highs on Tuesday will be in the mid-80s, which is about 10 degrees above normal for this time of year.
Seasonable temperatures will return on Thursday and for the Fourth of July holiday on Friday.
Highs both days will be in the low 70s, and while Thursday could see a shower in spots, wet weather will remain clear of the area for the holiday.
Overnight lows will hover in the 50s throughout the week.
As chilly air pours in across the Midwest this weekend, the air will get cold enough in some locations to allow some snow to mix in.
The chilliest air since last spring will blast into the northern Plains and Midwest late this week and will make the East and South feel like autumn for a couple of days.
After a wet September, drier weather will finally arrive in Florida for the new month.
A powerful cold front will send severe thunderstorms towering in the air from Chicago to Dallas on Thursday.
After a strong cool front crosses the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, area on Saturday, a brief burst of cool air will affect the area during the balance of the weekend.
While Simon is currently churning away from Mexico, the tropical storm should eventually turn and target Baja California.
Tucson, AZ (1983)
Flood waters that left 10 people dead or missing surged through normally bone-dry land today, forcing thousands from their homes, washing out bridges, roads and power and turning a slice of the Desert Southwest into "a raging river". Rivers swollen to record levels burst their banks amid heavy rains swallowing buildings and bridges and causing millions of dollars in damage across a 200-mile swath of Arizona.
Nimes, France (1988)
A total of 7.87 inches of rain in 3 hours caused floods and mudslides. Eight persons were killed. Damage totalled $634 million.
Los Angeles, CA (1995)
High reached 101 degrees.