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This is the time of year where Puget Sound residents start to get a little cranky about the heat. Lets look into the forecast for your Independence Day Weekend to see how much complaining you’ll hear from your friends and family.
We’re in the midst of a weather pattern that places a large area of high pressure directly over the Western U.S. This nearly unbreakable system is responsible for the long duration and intensity of our above average heat.
Currently a Heat Advisory is in effect for the Puget Sound Metro Area. The advisory warns of high temperatures in the upper 80s to mid 90s for Thursday and Friday.
Besides the heat and the following complaints this Independence Weekend, the weather will be absolutely beautiful, so enjoy it!
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to the lack of rain so far this summer soil and plant moisture is very low meaning: FIREWORKS CAN START VERY DANGEROUS FIRES if unattended by adults or not put out properly. Please be careful!
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What to Expect May 5th 2015:
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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