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Valentine’s Day forecast looking “not so lovely”

February 13th, 2013 by Matthew Leach

Happy Wednesday, everyone! We’re half way through the week. Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, or as I have come to affectionately call it, “Single Awareness Day”.  However this upcoming day is known to you, one thing is for sure: The weather won’t be playing along.

In fact, tomorrow’s weather will be the opposite of lovely. Remember “Pacific Storm Rambo” that was *supposed* to make landfall this morning? Yes, well, completely contrary to the nature of its name, this storm has been dragging its feet and will roll through the region early tomorrow morning instead. So expect a fairly wet first half of the day, followed by scattered showers and possibly a few sun breaks.

Perhaps the best weather news I can deliver for tomorrow is that highs will come dangerously close to breaking 50 degrees. Remember, we still haven’t managed to do that since early November!

The remainder of the forecast also doesn’t look overly lovely, but at least things look fairly tame out there in the deep, dark Pacific Ocean. Showers will dominate the weekend pattern, with a few sunbreaks reserved for Sunday. Clouds and showers return for the new week.

Stay tuned for a long range forecast update on Friday! Have a great day,

Matthew Leach

Forecasting Kitsap

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