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Temperatures will reach the 60s on Monday, but a gusty southwest winds will likely be the story tomorrow.

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The chance of meaningful accumulation is low.

Wintry midweek temperatures could produce a rain-snow mix late Tuesday night and Wednesday.

  • A. Camden Walker
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Warmer days are today and Monday. We run into a more sustained cool-down by Tuesday.

More fronts are on the way. The next chance of rain isn't until at least Sunday night.


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A flood watch covers the lower elevations where several inches of rain could fall from a “Kona low.”

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  • Diana Leonard
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Temperatures jump around a bit day-to-day. A stronger cold front arrives next week.

  • A. Camden Walker
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After temperatures 10 or more degrees above normal today, they'll be more like five above normal tomorrow.

Scores of record highs were set Wednesday in the western half of the U.S. and Canada and dozens more are predicted Thursday.

Hurricanes are the most costly disasters for the United States, and a study suggests they’re increasing in number and ferocity.

Our drier-than-normal pattern remains intact all weekend.

  • David Streit
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Very little rain falls, where it does. We're in the 60s tomorrow.

Temperatures will be more than 30 degrees above average in some locations.

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Four of the past five Novembers have been cooler than normal.

  • Matt Rogers
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Dry weather expected other than a few showers this evening and chance of rain Sunday night.

Temperatures may run toward the mid-50s tomorrow. There could be some raindrops as well.

Seattle recorded its wettest autumn on record with over a foot and a half of rain from the onslaught of atmospheric rivers.

It was the fourth costliest hurricane season on record, with 21 named storms, including seven that made landfall in the Lower 48 states.

By Thursday, temperatures are forecast to surge into the 60s for the first time in two weeks.

  • Matt Rogers
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Parts of the Arctic could become dominated by rain rather than snow during certain seasons by 2060 or 2070, according to new findings published in the journal Nature, particularly if the Earth continues to warm at its current rate.

Still on the cool side today, then warming temperatures with 60s possible on Thursday. Turning colder again by Sunday.

  • Matt Rogers
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