Updated Wednesday 4:10 p.m.
We've had the sunny and warm last week, then the rain, then the wind, then the rain again.
Now we're into the "showers and thunderstorms and sunbreaks" part of our weather program -- also known as just taking all the weather and tossing it into a blender, then at our local residents.
The region has been cut in half this afternoon, with several thunderstorms with small hail and heavy rain dousing nearly everyone north of Everett, while south of Everett, it's been mostly sunny with a few showers. But showers and thunderstorms will continue to pop up in the evening and early night, slowly tapering with the darkness. Overnight, we'll call it "showers and moonbreaks" with lows in the low-mid 50s.
Thursday's weather will be much the same as a low pressure center continues to swirl offshore, keeping cool, unstable air in the neighborhood. We'll start the day partly sunny with an increasing number of showers and thunderstorms running around in the afternoon and evening with highs in the mid 60s.
The low moves away for Friday -- still a risk of an isolated shower early, but drying is the trend with increasing sunshine and highs in the upper 60s.
Saturday looks quite pleasant with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low-mid 70s. That's the easy day of the Labor Day Weekend forecast.
Models have been toying around with a weak system on Sunday or Monday -- there could be some sprinkles Sunday but we're going mainly dry for now, just a little cloudier with highs in the low-mid 70s.
A similar story for Monday, then perhaps some showers late Monday into Tuesday before we dry out again toward the middle of next week.
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