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WEATHER REPORT: Early Morning Thunderstorms

Thunderstorms rumbled through the South Puget Sound and Cascade foothills early Monday morning (2:00 – 5:00 a.m.). Frequent lightning lit up the horizon for a beautiful, yet ominous display.

Here’s a radar loop showing the thunderstorms developing along the Cascade foothills and South Sound.

These storms came just after another round of storms fired up on Sunday morning.

Thunderstorms today will be confined to the Cascades and Eastern WA which will unfortunately impact their already drastic fire danger.

The skies will quiet down by the middle of this week and our temperatures will hover in the mid 80s.

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IN THE FORECAST: Weekend Heatwave & Possible Thunderstorm Outbreak

Hey folks! Summer is certainly here and you have two weather possibilities for this weekend: Hot…or stormy. Lets talk about it! Continue reading

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Early Summer in Western Washington

UW WRF-GFS 500mb (20,000ft) Temps/Heights.

We’ve turned a corner folks. On day one of June 2015, the seven day forecasts lit up with sunshine and double digit temperatures that began with 8! Washington’s “fair weather fans” rejoice! Continue reading

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The Weather Element of Shell’s Oil Exploration‏

An international controversy has broken out and Seattle is caught in the cross-hairs. The oil giant Shell is planning an exploratory mission to start drilling in the Chukchi Sea north of Alaska. Continue reading

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Return of The Thunderstorms

What to Expect May 5th 2015:

  • It’s a sweater wearing day. Cooler temperatures in the mid 50s.
  • Hold on to your hat! Gusty winds (15-25mph) continue through the day.
  • Time your dog walks. Showers will intermittently interrupt the sunshine through the morning into early afternoon.
  • Keep your eye on the sky. Showers will liven up with lightning, thunder, or small hail this afternoon.
  • When thunder roars, head indoors. Beware of dangerous lightning, watch the weather from the safety of your home, or on my live stream!

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Drought Explanation and El Niño Outlook

Last week I wrote an article about diminishing water concerns. In less than a week after I published that article, Governor Jay Inslee and the NWS declared drought for 44% of Washington. Why are there mixed messages? Continue reading

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Water Concerns Diminish

There’s been some good news for the western Washington region that will, at least for now, quiet the concerns of local residents. The water outlook for western Washington is looking better. Continue reading

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Multi-day Thunderstorm Outbreak

For the last few days, thunderstorms have dotted western Washington; stunning photographers, weather enthusiasts, and commuters. Lightning, heavy rain, and a blanket of hail struck the I-5 corridor on Tuesday (3-31) and Wednesday (4-1). Continue reading

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In The Spring Swing This Week

Some exciting weather may be on the way early this week, and I’ll be watching “from the sidelines” in warm and clear Phoenix, Arizona. A cold front will drop some light to moderate rain into western Washington tonight (Monday), and will also drop the temperatures down a few notches for the next few days. Continue reading

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First Week of Spring Forecast

Hey Everyone! The calender has finally caught up with the unseasonable weather Seattle has been experiencing these last few weeks, and I want to welcome you into the first official week of Spring.  This week we will continue to see a mixed bag of weather, with the forecast showing the possibility of warm and clear conditions on the approach. Continue reading

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