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Most Whatcom County regions to warm up into the 70s this weekend

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WHATCOM COUNTY, Wash. — Officials with the Seattle office of the National Weather Service expect an upper-level high pressure system to strengthen through the end of the week with the air mass warming steadily each of the next several days resulting in the warmest temperatures so far this season.

The warmest temperatures (see table below) in Whatcom County are expected in the lower elevations furthest from the water on Saturday and Sunday.

FridaySaturdaySundayMonday
Bellingham71 °F 73 °F 73 °F 70 °F
Ferndale72 °F 73 °F 73 °F 70 °F
Lummi Island66 °F 69 °F 69 °F 67 °F
Blaine/Birch Bay69 °F 71 °F 71 °F 68 °F
Lynden72 °F 73 °F 73 °F 70 °F
Sumas73 °F 75 °F 74 °F 70 °F
Nooksack/Everson71 °F 72 °F 71 °F 67 °F
Deming73 °F 75 °F 75 °F 71 °F
Maple Falls70 °F 72 °F 71 °F 67 °F
Glacier65 °F 68 °F 67 °F 62 °F
Acme68 °F 70 °F 70 °F 68 °F
Forecast 5pm temperatures based on MeteoBlue ensemble weather forecast model as of April 14, 2021.

A weak weather system is expected to arrive over western Washington Sunday bringing an increase chance of clouds and more seasonally cool temperatures according to NWS forecasters.

Whatcom News readers can stay up to date with forecasts specific to their Whatcom County location on the Whatcom News Weather page.

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