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I’m currently writing an article detailing the forecast process leading up to, and the impacts from Saturday’s windstorm that knocked out power for nearly 100 thousand households in the Puget Sound region. Expect it to be released within the week.
Moving forward to the outlook for the next few days. A large frontal system is pushing in bands of rain creating cloudy and showery weather for Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be a gap period Wednesday night before another frontal system brings copious rain on Thursday.
Stay tuned for the windstorm recap article and forecast updates!
Get ready Seattle, the final weather predictions are in! The storm system that forecasters have been watching for the last few days looks like it will smack into southern Washington as a moderately strong central low pressure this evening. Continue reading
Take back everything almost everything I said in the previous article. It appears that our local weather models are having a tough time figuring out what this storm system is going to do next. Continue reading
Here’s an update on the wind and rain threat for this weekend: Basically, it’s much less menacing than previous models suggested. Continue reading
We’re in the wet and windy season in the Pacific Northwest, which is going to become much more evident over the next week. Continue reading
We can thank a small ridge of high pressure for the awesomely comfortable weekend in the middle of fall. However, things are going to quickly change this week. Continue reading
There seems to be a fundamental disagreement between a couple of the supercomputers that generate forecasting weather models. Continue reading
Saturday’s weather bewildered us when heavy rain, lightning and even a tornado tore through the Puget Sound region. Continue reading