Forecasters say the pattern of morning fog and sunny afternoons will likely end Wednesday as rain moves into Washington on Thursday.
The seemingly counterintuitive weather is not necessarily unusual for this time of year, but it’s striking when compared with the usual opinions about the regions — overcast and rainy in the Northwest and sunny skies in the Southwest. But late summer is typically the sunniest, driest part of the year in Washington and Oregon, while the Southwest monsoon season stretches into September.
Some of the warmest weather of the summer so far in Washington is forecast for this weekend.
SEATTLE (AP/CBS Seattle) — It’s a local saying that couldn’t be any more true this year: “Summer starts after the Fourth of July in Seattle.” After one more band of rain showers moves through Western Washington Monday […]