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Poll: Best of Winters, or Worst of Winters?

It was the best of winters. It was the worst of winters. After starting out on a semi-active note—an inch of snow whitened Seattle shortly after Thanksgiving, and a minor windstorm blew through two weeks...

Showery Stretch Ahead

This time around, everyone got a piece of the pie. A strong October cold front blew through the Sound overnight, dumping a half-inch of moisture across the region and ensuring that no local rain gauges...

Ready (or not) for Fall?

The calendar may read October, but the month has started off more like mid-August, with Monday marking the fourth consecutive day of 70-plus-degree temperatures in Seattle. While some can't get enough of the never-ending...

Warming Up for the Weekend

If you like your indoor and outdoor temperatures to match, you’re in luck. At least for today. The average high in Seattle on Sept. 19 is 70 degrees, otherwise known as room temperature—and right on cue,...

Seattle Scorcher: Heat Wave Looms

It’s not often that a day nearly ten degrees above normal would be considered on the cool side of things. Relative to what’s coming, though, how else to describe Thursday’s high of 84? A mammoth ridge...

Sunny Start to Summer

Last year, we got hosed right out of the gate. This year, we’ll kick off without a drop. Summer begins early Saturday morning—at 3:51 a.m., to be precise—and unlike in 2013, there’s no big rainmaker to...

Sunny and Pleasant Through the Weekend

It doesn’t get much better than this. After a brief interruption in our sunny spell the past few days, courtesy of an extra-stubborn marine layer, blue skies are back in full force today—along with an...