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by Chris Scragg
Puget Sound Weather Geek
Well it doesn’t really look like July out there anymore, and considering the trend of our summer so far (sunny day – cloudy day – sunny day – cloudy day) you’re probably wondering how long this is going to last.
Well, as is the case with a lot of weather forecasting – it’s unclear.
This bout of cloudy/showeryness is due to an upper level low (ULL) off-shore. This is a spinning blob of cooler air and moisture in the upper levels of the atmosphere.
This particular system will swing through the region this weekend bringing cooler and showery weather. A few thunderstorms may be in the mix for Saturday as well.
Afterwards though, the models and forecasters aren’t sure whether a warm spell will form, or whether another one of these ULL’s will bring us back into cloudy/rainy land.
The forecasts are calling for a chance of rain each day until the middle of next week.
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