Memorial Day won't be a total washout for outdoor activities in the Seattle area, but a couple of showers are possible through the day.
It will be cool with a high around 65 degrees F.
There may also be a passing shower during the evening, but most areas will stay dry.
Another chance of showers, and maybe a thunderstorm, is possible on Wednesday.
A spotty shower may wander by on Thursday, but the weekend looks to be partly sunny and warmer.
Temperatures will be in the low to mid-70s on Friday and Saturday.
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