Seattle weather: A few showers expected for Father's Day

The isolated storms during the day on Saturday brought locally heavy downpours of rain and some impressive totals, especially along the convergence zone near Everett. 

After a stormy Saturday, scattered showers will remain nearby for Father's Day Sunday. The disturbance will slowly move to the east, but with enough moisture still around, showers will be in the forecast.  The best chances for rain will be Sunday morning, with slightly drier skies by the afternoon. While a stray thunderstorm may still be possible, it won't be quite as active as it was on Saturday. 

If you are making plans to celebrate Father's Day, the chances for rain decrease by the afternoon, but highs will still be much cooler than normal, only topping out again in the 50s and low 60s. 

Conditions will be improving by early in the week, with sunnier skies and drier conditions returning. And, right on cue, for the first day of summer, afternoon highs will be back to 80 degrees!