Remember that long spring? Now meet endless summer.

Temperatures at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport are forecast to hit 93 on Thursday.

That will be followed by a brief cooldown Friday and through the weekend when a weak weather system arrives, pulling in cooler marine air from the coast, according to meteorologist Mike McFarland with the National Weather Service in Seattle.

Highs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday are forecast to hit between 81 and 83 degrees, he said.

Temperatures will then start to rise right back up when another ridge begins to build over the region, perhaps once again bringing near 90-degree temperatures, McFarland said.

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)


“Maybe we’ll just do this again with another couple of 90-degree days next Wednesday and Thursday,” he said. “It’s endless summer but we’ve been through this before now. We’ll survive.”