After a wet and rainy start to the weekend, Saturday and Sunday will see some drier conditions for the Seattle area.
Saturday will be the sunniest day of the weekend with occasional passing clouds dotting the sky. Cloud coverage will increase during the overnight, leading to some low clouds and early morning fog to start the day on Sunday.
High temperatures will stay in the middle 40s each day this weekend before spiking a few degrees to start the next work week. Overnight lows will stay consistent in the middle to upper 30s through Monday.
The next chance for more rainy weather will come around the middle of next week.
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