Before some more intense heat arrives, we’re in for a couple of those beautiful Seattle-area summer days that keep us holding on through other weather.

A slight weather disturbance will make Saturday cooler and cloudier than the past few days, according to Dev McMillian, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Seattle.

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On Sunday and Monday, we’ll see temperatures start to tick up again, he said, with predicted highs near 80.

Temperatures will rise into the mid-80s on Tuesday and into the upper 80s — and possibly even the low 90s — on Wednesday and Thursday.

A person dives into the water from a pedestrian bridge at Lake Union Park into the water during a heat wave hitting the Pacific Northwest, Sunday, June 27, 2021, in Seattle. Yesterday set a record high for the day with more record highs expected today and Monday. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)


The weather service is not expecting all three days to be above 90. So far this year, Seattle has seen 10 days with 90 degree or above weather. The record for a year is 12 days, set in 2015.