Cool, Showery Weather Returns to Seattle

September 2, 2013; 7:05 AM ET
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Low pressure stalled along the Washington coast will help bring showery weather this week for Seattle.

Paired with the precipitation, there will be a cooling trend away from August's above-normal temperatures. Average temperatures for August were 3.3 degrees above normal.

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The mercury will rest in the low to mid-70s Tuesday and Wednesday before dropping Thursday.

Thursday's high is forecast to be 68 degrees, and will likely pan out to be the stormiest day of the week. Farther east of Seattle, across the interior, strong storms are expected.

The threat for showers will continue through the weekend.

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