The only thing that should reign in the South Sound this week is dry weather, according to National Weather Service forecasts.
High temperatures are supposed to hover in the mid-40s through Friday with cloudy weather, with lows around freezing each night.
The warmer high temperatures should help with Seattle-Tacoma International Airport’s far-below-normal temperatures this month. Through last Thursday, the airport was at 6.5 degrees below normal, something that’s only happened in a full month only five times since the end of World War II.
For the year to date, 4.13 inches of rain has fallen at Sea-Tac Airport.