After a cool and wet May and June, the 4th of July weekend is bringing more of the same.
Tuesday night is poised to shatter weather records in the lowlands with temperatures 15 to 20 degrees below normal.
Historic snowfall and record flooding has cutoff Western Washington from the rest of the United States.
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.
Monday could be stormy for Puget Sound as four days of windy and wet weather starts on Sunday.
A month of rain is expected to fall in the next three days with strong winds on Friday and Saturday.
Friday could reach 100 degrees under hazy skies as Washington prepares to broil a second time.
Temperatures in the 90s with significant lowland smoke is increasingly likely for next week.
For the 3rd time since the dry streak started, showers dodge the rain gauge at Seattle-Tacoma Airport.