Don’t get all hyped up for warmer weather just yet.
We may get a warm day on Wednesday, with temperatures that could creep toward 60 degrees, but in general the next two weeks look colder than average, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle.
Lows could be in the 30s overnight, but the weather service says odds are looking good for Wednesday to be the warmest day of the year thus far in Seattle. The previous high mark so far was 60 degrees back on March 13.
“La Niña is weak and it’s fading but it’s still intact, and the eight- to 14-day forecast has us solidly below normal,” said meteorologist Dana Felton.
The Seattle area has had only one day with temperatures around 60 this month, whereas usually we get about four, he said.
So enjoy Wednesday, but keep the coats out, and the expectations down, for now.