Seattle: Sunny to Finish June After Showers Move Out

By Katy Galimberti, Staff Writer
June 29, 2014; 2:08 AM ET
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Clouds and rain will make way for sunshine and warmer air in Seattle as the month of June comes to a close.

Friday's rainfall will continue into Saturday. Mostly cloudy, showers will be present throughout much of the day and the high should reach the mid-60s for the first full day of the weekend.

The consistent clouds and rainfall are a contributing factor to the lower than normal temperatures.

Relief is in store, however, as the showers will clear by Saturday night and make way for a partly sunny Sunday.

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Temperatures should slightly increase to the upper 60s as the last of the clouds move out. Night will bring clear skies and a low in the mid-50s.

To kick off next week, Seattle will have a pleasant, seasonable sunny day with temperatures reaching the mid-70s. The sunny skies will stretch on as Tuesday could see a high near 80 F.


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