So far today...
Updated Sunday: 7:35 a.m.
While the rain slowly tapers back to showers today, we still have several rivers under a FLOOD WARNING. The Snoqualmie, Tolt and Skokomish rivers will be above flood stage into the afternoon. We only expect minor flooding in King County, but down in Mason County, the Skokomish could push flood water into some residential areas.
For most of us today will be a mostly cloudy day with showers at times. There is even the chance of a thundershower in the afternoon. Highs today will hit the mid to upper 50s.
Monday is looking mostly cloudy and soggy as well.
Higher pressure starts building in on Tuesday giving us some dry weather finally. In fact, Wednesday should bring us mostly sunny skies..
SEATTLE -- Hey everyone, there's a good chance El Nino might be around for next winter!
California: "Yay! The expected heavy rains next winter should help our drought!"
Midwest and East Coast: "Yay! It likely means no more of this 'Polar Vortex' and weeks below freezing!"
Gulf Coast and Eastern Seaboard: "Yay! It typically means less hurricanes!"
Pacific Northwest: *sigh*
It's not really a tale of two cities, but more like a tale of two halves of a nation -- one basking in their warmest winter on record; the other wondering if they've become the new Antarctica.
With March signaling the end of "meteorological winter" (December 1 through Feb. 28), cities are crunching their data to find some surprising results!
I am a big sucker for weather photography and time lapse video, and was recently pointed to a few new time lapse videos that have been released recently that really show the power of Mother Nature.
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