The little weather system that blew in from the Pacific on Thursday may not have been the wettest or wildest, but it was enough to deliver rain or mist to most of Seattle and Puget Sound.

It was sweet relief to the rain lovers among us.

The precipitation was projected to be heaviest along the coast and in the Olympic and Cascade mountains, said Matthew Cullen, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Seattle. But light showers throughout the region will persist through Friday morning.

Into Friday, our weather will remain cool and overcast with highs in the 60s, he said.

However, “if you’re not a fan of the cooler, cloudier weather, look to the weekend,” Cullen said. “We’ll be back to the 70s.”