For the second straight day Thursday, the temperature hit a record low in Seattle.

For the second straight day Thursday, the temperature hit a record low in Seattle.

National Weather Service meteorologist Dustin Guy says the low of 16 before dawn Thursday at Sea-Tac Airport broke the low of 21 set on that date in 1972. Wednesday’s record low was 18.

Burke says Western Washington temperatures should start warming up over the weekend and might get back to highs in the 40s by Tuesday. He says there’s only a chance of snow during the change.

Some other Thursday morning temperatures: Olympia 7, Bremerton 14, and Bellingham 14.

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