Despite a dry day Wednesday, clouds and rain will return to Seattle this week and next.
Thursday consisted of rain in the city; however, temperatures hovered around 42 degrees.
Another shower is possible Friday morning, but temperatures will rise a bit into the upper 40s. Low clouds will roll into the city for the evening hours.
Heading into the weekend, temperatures will consistently remain in the upper to mid-40s and clouds will encompass the skies. Rain and drizzle is possible for Sunday.
Looking forward to next week, temperatures will stay in the 40s and periods of rain will overtake the city. Skies Monday will be mostly cloudy, but beginning Tuesday, showers are forecast everyday through mid-December.
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