The cloudy and foggy weather pattern Seattle has recently been stuck in will finally get swept away on Sunday.
Any fog around Seattle Sunday morning will quickly get swept away by a storm system dropping through the Northwest, allowing some sun to return for the afternoon.
A bit of rain accompanying the storm will bypass Seattle to the east and south.
The storm will also kick up a breeze from the northeast Sunday afternoon through Monday, causing the air to feel 5 to 10 degrees cooler than actual temperatures.
Highs through Monday will rise near 55 degrees each day.
As the winds calm and the storm pushes southward, Monday night is shaping up to be Seattle's coolest night since the spring. Temperatures this night will approach 35 degrees.
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The same storm that caused officials to close a section of Interstate 90 in Washington on Saturday will continue to spread snow and unusually cold air across the western United States early this week.
Gita remains on track to slam into New Zealand with heavy rain and strong winds around Tuesday.
While snow continues to create slick travel from the Rockies to the Upper Midwest, ice may put some other residents of the North Central states in the dark early this week.
Recent snowfall across the northeastern United States will not remain on the ground long with springlike warmth set to quickly surge back in.
A quick-moving storm blanketed the northeastern United States with disruptive snow during the first half of the weekend, just days after the region experienced a brief taste of spring.
Heavy snow is walloping the northeastern United States as a fast-moving storm impacts the region into Sunday morning.
Collisions forced officials to close a stretch of Interstate 90 in central Washington on Saturday as snow and cold began to invade the northwestern United States.