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Archive for November, 2016

The Week Ahead: Showery and Cool

  Forecast Summary • Diminishing shower activity today, convergence zone possible to the north. • A series of systems will provide additional showers through Wednesday. • Drier and cooler conditions are expected late Wednesday through early Friday. • Extended forecasts suggest a wet weekend and showery conditions beyond.   Water Supply • Last 7-days precip […]

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Weekly Rainfall Review

  Last Monday’s forecast summary: • Light rain ending this morning. • Near-record high temps are expected to peak in the mid-60s tomorrow. • Steady rain is likely again on Friday. • Extended forecasts have 4-5 systems, none appearing strong, arriving over the next 2 weeks.   The 7-day precipitation forecast called for 1- to […]

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The Week Ahead: Relatively Dry and Warm

  Forecast Summary • Light rain ending this morning. • Near-record high temps are expected to peak in the mid-60s tomorrow. • Steady rain is likely again on Friday. • Extended forecasts have 4-5 systems, none appearing strong, arriving over the next 2 weeks.   Water Supply • Last 7-days precip: 2.5″ – 4.3″ • […]

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Weekly Rainfall Review

  Last Monday’s (Halloween) forecast summary: • A few showers with wind today and tomorrow. • Somewhat steadier rain is likely late Wednesday into Thursday. • More substantial rain is possible by the weekend. • Extended forecasts suggest continued wet conditions.   The 7-day precipitation forecast called for 2.5- to 4.0-inches across the Tolt and […]

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Record October Review

October 2016 was the wettest October ever recorded in Seattle. 10.05 inches fell at Sea-Tac, which is 1.09 inches more than the previous record (2003) and 6.57 inches more than normal. Coincidentally, 6.57 inches is normal rainfall for November, so two months of rain fell in one.   It was only the tenth time that […]

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