King County weather: Dec. 9-13

  • Wednesday, December 8, 2021 1:16pm
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Here’s the King County area weather forecast for Dec. 9-13, 2021.

Thursday morning: High near 43 with a 90% chance of rain.

Thursday night: Low about 38 before 11 p.m., rain is a 60% possibility.

Friday morning: High about 45, 80% chance of rain after 11 a.m.

Friday night: Low about 43, chance of rain 100%.

Friday: Low around 43, chance of rain 100%.

Saturday morning: High near 47, chance of rain 100%.

Saturday night: Low about 39, cloudy.

Sunday morning:. High near 43, cloudy.

Sunday night: Low about 37, mostly cloudy.

Monday morning: High near 43, cloudy.

Monday night. Low about 37, mostly cloudy.

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