If this spring has felt cold, you’re not imagining it. The Seattle spring forecast has for the most part been right so far – colder than average. In fact, we’re breaking records for being cold. On April 20th NWS recorded the coldest April 20th in the city in 130 years of records with a high of 47°. The good news is that warmer days are ahead.

Seattle’s weather is about to do a 360 – timeanddate has an extended forecast with temperature predictions as high as 80 degrees starting next week.

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As of April 25th, Seattle will hit 59 degrees which is the average high temperature for this time of year according to NWS.

Temperatures will then steadily climb hitting 63 degrees on April 26th, 78 degrees on April 28th, and 80 degrees on April 29th. On April 30th temperatures will average out at 77 degrees for several days, continuing on a downward trend after. Best of all, there’s set to be minimal cloud coverage on the warmest days.

While warmer days are ahead, keep in mind that local bodies of water are still very cold. Have fun, stay safe, and enjoy all that sun in the spring forecast, Seattle!