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Brrr! Seattle shivers through coldest start to July in 15 years

Grab the blankets and sweatshirts, Seattle, it’s … July? Really? Although the calendar indicates we’re well into the seventh month of the year, Mother Nature appears bent on making us feel otherwise, as weather more befitting...
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Who’ll stop the rain? Soggy January weather stalks Seattle

It was only a matter of time before the other shoe dropped. But who could have expected it to land with such a thud? Following one of the sunniest autumns in recent memory—punctuated by the driest...
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A city divided? Significant snow possible over half of Seattle tonight

I-90 runs west to east across Seattle, but tonight it may also serve as a north-south dividing line of sorts. Between the snow-haves and the snow-have-nots. To the north of I-90? Snow, potentially several inches’ worth,...

Sunday snow threat increases as arctic front barrels toward Seattle

It wasn’t that long ago that Seattle was mired in a snowless rut, receiving just 0.8 inches of total snow from February 2014 to December 2016—a nearly three-year stretch of snow futility. Boy, how the...
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January jaw-dropper: Frigid air, snow threaten Seattle

Perhaps Frozen 2 should have been set in Seattle, circa early 2020? A blast of frigid air from Canada, cold enough to impress even Elsa and Anna, is on a collision course with Seattle—set to...
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Soggy Seattle soaked by wettest day in 12 years

**UPDATED 6 AM SATURDAY, 12/21/19 ** The last time it rained more in Seattle in a single day, the Sonics were still in town. A staggering 3.25 inches of rain pelted Seattle on Friday—the highest amount...
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December awakens: Heavy rain, mountain snow loom

Look who finally decided to show up for work. Welcome back, December. You’re only late by two weeks and some change. Continuing a trend that began in November, rainfall has been less than impressive so far...