Weekend weather report: Any time now | The Bainbridge Blab

The rain clouds will disappear and Bainbridge Island is going to be soaked in sunshine.

Any time now. Really.

Well, anywho, that’s the latest weekend weather forecast for the island from the National Weather Service in Seattle.

The weekend forecast says Friday’s mostly sunny weather (still waiting on that right now, by the way) will morph into clear skies and nothing but sun for Saturday and Sunday on the Rock. Yes, hard to believe after Thursday night’s gully-washing rains on the island.

Saturday is expected to have blue skies and a high temperature near 76 degrees. It will remain clear overnight, with a low temp around 55.

Come Sunday, things will be getting hot, hot, hot.

A high near 81 is forecast, with a light north wind becoming north northeast (6 to 11 mph) in the afternoon.

Clear skies will continue overnight, with a low around 56.

Next week, the sunshine — with temperatures in the mid to high 70s — will continue through Thursday, at least.

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