Five-day weather forecast for King County

Thursday, Jan. 20 day

Cloudy, high 53°, chance of rain 60 percent

Thursday, Jan. 20, night

Partly cloudy in the evening and more clouds overnight, low 41°

Friday, Jan. 21, day

Cloudy skies early, then partly cloudy in the afternoon, high 47°, chance of rain not given

Friday, Jan. 21, night

Cloud here, cloud there, low 36°, chance of rain not given

Saturday, Jan. 22, day

Intervals of clouds and sunshine, high 46°, chance of rain not given

Saturday, Jan. 22, night

Partly to mostly cloudy, low 36°, chance of rain not given

Sunday, Jan. 23, day

Mostly cloudy, high 46°, chance of rain not given

Sunday, Jan. 23, night

Partly cloudy, low 36°, chance of rain not given

Monday, Jan. 24, day

Partly cloudy, 45° high, chance of rain not given

Monday, Jan. 24, night

Partly cloudy skies during the evening giving way to cloudy skies overnight, low 36°, chance of rain not given

Tuesday, Jan. 25, day

Mostly cloudy early, partly cloudy in the afternoon, high 47°, chance of rain not given

Tuesday, Jan. 25, night

Partly cloudy skies, giving way to cloudy skies overnight, low 35°, chance of rain not given

Source: weather.com


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