PM Update: Turning even colder into Thursday


Temperatures had a small spike on west winds this morning, briefly pushing readings into the low 50s area-wide. That’s nonetheless on the chilly aspect for this time of year — one thing we will count on for a lot of days to come back. In truth, tonight is colder than final night time, and tomorrow is colder than immediately.

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Through Tonight: Any clouds of the day are likely to dissipate with the lack of restricted heating from the solar. Lows are largely within the higher 20s and decrease 30s, with some mid-30s doable in hotter spots equivalent to downtown. Winds are calmer than immediately, nonetheless blowing round 5 to 10 mph with larger gusts.

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Tomorrow (Thursday): It’s one other sun-filled day that doesn’t really feel too sun-filled. That’s due to low temperatures and continued gusty winds. Highs are within the mid-40s in most spots. Winds blow from the northwest round 15 mph, with gusts close to 30 mph.

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Brrr: It’s feeling like midwinter for about one other week. High temperatures from Thursday via Monday can be within the 40s with lows primarily within the 20s. This weekend, we may even see a day or two with highs failing to achieve 40. Consider Washington’s coldest averages of the year: 44.4 levels from Jan. 14-19 for a excessive and 29.5 from Jan. 21-26 for a low.

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