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    Cooler Air, Wind to Replace Seattle Fog, Clouds

    By By Kristina Pydynowski, senior meteorologist
    October 29, 2013, 1:02:51 AM EDT

    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.


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    Highs through Monday will rise near 55 degrees each day.

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    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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