5 day extended forecast for King County

Photo courtesy of Abbie Crane, who writes that on Jan. 12, 2022, “I walked on the East Lake Sammamish Trail at about 4:30 p.m. The combination of a colorful, beautiful sunset and a bank of fog on the lake made these pictures very special. Mt. Rainier made an appearance.”

Photo courtesy of Abbie Crane, who writes that on Jan. 12, 2022, “I walked on the East Lake Sammamish Trail at about 4:30 p.m. The combination of a colorful, beautiful sunset and a bank of fog on the lake made these pictures very special. Mt. Rainier made an appearance.”

Thursday, Jan. 13, day

Cloudy, high 54°, chance of rain 5 percent

Thursday, Jan. 13, night

Partly cloudy, low 41°, chance of rain 11 percent

Friday, Jan. 14, day

Mostly cloudy, high 51°, chance of rain 8 percent

Friday, Jan. 14, night

Partly cloudy, low 38°, chance of rain 10 percent

Saturday, Jan. 15, day

Mostly cloudy, high 48°, chance of rain 8 percent

Saturday, Jan. 15, night

Cloudy, low 39°, chance of rain 13 percent

Sunday, Jan. 16, day

Cloudy, high 47°, chance of rain 16 percent

Sunday, Jan. 16, night

Cloudy, low 40°, chance of rain 8 percent

Monday, Jan. 17, day

Cloudy, 50° high , chance of rain 40 percent

Monday, Jan. 17, night.

Overcast, low 45° chance of rain 50 percent

Tuesday, Jan. 18, day

Cloudy, high 50°, chance of rain 53 percent.

Tuesday, Jan. 18, night

Overcast, low 45°, chance of rain 24 percent

Source: weather.com


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Photo courtesy of Abbie Crane, who writes that on Jan. 12, 2022, "I walked on the East Lake Sammamish Trail at about 4:30 p.m. The combination of a colorful, beautiful sunset and a bank of fog on the lake made these pictures very special. Mt. Rainier made an appearance."

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