Tomorrow should be in the low 80s. Not bad for mid October. The really nice warm up I forecasted for the end of the work week won't quite come together. Too bad. Looks like the weather is going to remain active. Suppressing the warm up is another low pressure system rolling off the Gulf of Alaska this weekend and pushing down the coast of BC and the PNW. A solid rain fall is expected for Seattle. This will cause us to cool down starting on Friday. Highs will drop back into the low 70s, and dipping into the mid to upper 60s by Sunday. The sky remains mostly sunny through this period.
The large surf we had over last weekend has been subsiding. They was still sizable surf up the coast this morning, and that will continue to drop through the work week. Another swell arrive in the evening Friday, filling in Saturday morning with what looks like very good surface conditions. Could be a solid day for surf. What is of a little more interest is that storm I was just talking about. After it takes aim on the PNW, the southern fringe begins to move into northern California on Sunday morning. Rain could push south through the day, and give us some moderate showers Sunday night into Monday morning. This system has some cooler air, and the start of next work week should see highs only in the lower 60s. Chances for rain persist through Tuesday. Currently it looks like a second wave of rain could hit on Tuesday/Wednesday after a break on Monday. More on this later.