Expect a significant warming this upcoming weekend with the hottest temperatures so far this year possible.
SEATTLE — Washington has been stuck in a persistent cool, wet weather pattern for the entire spring season.
May and June have featured frequent showery days resembling more of a fall-like weather pattern. 6.44 inches of rain has fallen during the two months so far making it the second wettest on record. Only 1948 had a wetter May and June and this June is the ninth wettest in 78 years.
This cool, wet weather pattern is finally showing signs of shutting down, at least temporarily, which is fitting
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