Wet, Rainy Weekend in Store for Seattle

By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
December 14, 2013; 5:05 AM
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The rain is here to stay in Seattle, as showers and cloudy skies takeover the week's weather.

Temperatures through the weekend and into next week will hover around the city's normal for this time of year, the upper 40s.

On Friday a passing morning shower gave way to clouds, which will remain in the sky through the weekend.

Saturday evening brings the next chance for rain to the city but overnight temperatures will be mild, as they remain in the 40s.

While rain and drizzle are likely again on Sunday, this will be the warmest day of the weekend reaching a high of 50 degrees.

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Heading into next week, Monday will be mostly cloudy but the sunshine may peak through the clouds for a brief time during the afternoon hours.

Although beginning Tuesday the rain will return and it will stay through the following weekend.

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