Friday afternoon's infrared image says it all: weather systems are lined up and heading our way.
The 6 PM weather radar composite shows the leading edge of a precipitation shield associated with a warm front is approaching our coast (see below)
After roughly 4 AM Saturday, a strong cold front will be moving into our area (the 3-h precipitation ending 8 AM is shown below)...actually from northern CA to British Columbia.
The precipitation on Sunday will be associated with a very deep low pressure center offshore....about 969 mb (see below). There will be hurricane force winds northwest of Vancouver Island. Stay in port.
And on Monday everything changes with high pressure building over our region and partly cloudy skies. Monday is the day to enjoy outdoor activities if you are lucky enough to be off.
What kind of weather will the Seahawks face on Sunday? Just like home! They will hardly know they are away. Showers, highs around 45.