We have had a couple of almost warm sunny days. (Warm? In the 50's and comfy sitting in the sun.) And grey days, but the day we decided to go into Seattle to go to the bookstore, today, it was raining. Waiting for the ferry, the windows got so fogged up that we could barely see the cars around us.
Once the engine was back on the windshield cleared, but with a sleeping baby in back, we mostly stayed in the car.
There wasn't too much traffic, and we even found a parking space near the bookstore, with big leafy puddles all around.
The noodle shop we hit up for take out was closed, so we headed down Madison, passed the Seattle public library, and down the hill to catch the 3pm ferry back.
More on the bookstore later.
Meanwhile there's talk of snow. We'll see:
Updated Friday 5:35 p.m.
"A very busy night around here -- let's start with the snow. We're still rain at times this evening with some mixed snow in Snohomish County, but temperatures will cool later tonight and snow levels will drop. A Snow Advisory is in effect from 9 p.m. Friday through 11 a.m. Saturday for as much as 1-3 inches of snow for King, Snohomish, Island and Skagit Counties plus eastern Clallam County and eastern Kitsap County, with particular emphasis on Snohomish County. Temperatures in the 50s in the morning have plummeted to the 40s and 30s with parts of Snohomish County already had some rain/snow or wet snow Friday afternoon with temperatures in the mid-upper 30s."It's after 9pm here, but no snow yet. But it's still raining and colder.