Seattle has been showing off with its best Blue Friday performance of the season.
Looks like Mother Nature wanted to show off a bit as well.
A thin fog -- only a few hundred feet high, if that, settled in over Downtown Seattle Friday evening, making for some dramatic scenes around the Emerald City.
I love it when weather geeks get ahead of the storm and put their creative minds to work.
Nick Barber posted this time lapse video on YouTube of the Boston blizzard that dropped about 30+ inches of snow between 3 p.m. on January 26 to 8 a.m. on January 28.
Sports betting places really pull out all the stops for the Super Bowl -- allowing you not only to just bet on the big game but several different facets of the game.
Most are pretty routine stuff: Number of yards Russell Wilson will throw, who will score more points in the second half, etc.
Amidst all the chaos of the Seahawks amazing NFC Championship comeback, there was a tornado that touched down in Gig Harbor Sunday afternoon. I was actually quite surprised anyone noticed it since I figured everyone was glued to the TVs, but it turns out tornados are in fact something that can be louder than the 12th Man.
The tornado touched down around 2:18 p.m. about 4 miles West/Southwest of Gig Harbor, and lasted 4.1 miles -- pretty impressive for a Northwest tornado. It crossed the Gig Harbor waterway and finally dissipated around 2:30 p.m. shortly after making landfall again just past the Gig Harbor public boat launch.
The monthly 30- and 90- day long range forecast maps have come out this week and the story is like a broken record....broken record....broken record....
As in, the maps show greater-than-average chances of continued warmer and relatively drier than average conditions in the Pacific Northwest.