Wet, Rainy Week for Seattle

By Courtney Spamer, Meteorologist
February 13, 2014; 1:41 AM ET
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The dry weather of January is in the past as rounds of rain aim for Seattle.

A shift in the weather pattern will bring more storms across the Pacific Northwest in the coming week.

More storms will bring a chance of rain through the end of the week but the heaviest rain arrived Wednesday.

Throughout the week, temperatures will also slowly be on the rise. After struggling to reach 50 early on in the week, temperatures will solidly be in the low to middle 50s by week's end.

Overnight low temperatures will dip down into the lower 40s, upper 30s by the end of the workweek.

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With winds occasionally gusting up to 20 mph most days, however, AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures could be as much as 10 degrees lower than actual temperatures.

The rounds of rain will help to make a small dent in the drought-stricken locations, especially along the Pacific Coast. Rain remains in the forecast for the most part going into next week.

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