Weekend weather report: Saturday sunshine | The Bainbridge Blab

Bainbridge Island will get a break from the rain this weekend.

But after that, get set for a wet week — including a rainy Thanksgiving Day.

That’s the latest forecast from the National Weather Service in Seattle.

This weekend’s weather for the Rock is expected to be partly sunny on Saturday, with a high temperature near 50 degrees.

The rain has a 30 percent chance of returning come Saturday night, mostly after 10 p.m. The temperature is expected to drop to a low around 38.

On Sunday, there will be more rain with a high near 49. The chance of rain is 80 percent, and up to a half of an inch possible.

Shattered showers are forecast for Sunday night, leading into a week where Bainbridge should see rain on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday … you get the idea. Showers are expected to be heaviest on Tuesday.

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