Temperatures will approach 90 as smoke delivers moderately unhealthy air.
High humidity will add to the misery with the potential for five days over 90 degrees ahead.
Tuesday through Friday will see temperatures soar into the 90s with little nighttime relief.
Three to five inches of snow is possible along the I-405 corridor - bitter cold will create dangerous conditions early next week.
Heavy rain and strong winds in the eastern lowlands and up to 18 inches of snow in the mountain passes.
Wind gusts to 45 MPH will move through the eastside during the late morning and early afternoon.
Another day of heavy rain and strong winds delivering more flooding and local power outages on Monday.
We tried to bake cookies on the dashboard of one of our news vehicles yesterday, and the results were delicious.