National Weather Service
Temperatures this weekend expected in the 80s to lower 90s in Western Washington and 90s to triple digits in Eastern Washington.
Two outpost offices of the National Weather Service in Alaska are finally ending what has been a bygone practice for most of the nation for almost two decades — using real human voices in radio forecast broadcasts.
The National Weather Service says for the three-month period beginning in February, 19.21 inches of rain has fallen at Sea-Tac Airport, as of mid-day Thursday.
Warmer and mostly drier spring weather is forecast this week in Washington.
Washington residents can expect the rainy weather to continue into next week, after a possible sunbreak Friday.
The National Weather Service says a series of Pacific storms will bring rain to Washington through Thursday.
The National Weather Service says there’s a chance of weekend snow in the Puget Sound lowlands, including the Seattle area.
A second winter storm in two days is bearing down on Oregon and southwestern Washington, this one topped with ice that could make highways more treacherous in some areas and knock out electricity.
A light snow fell overnight in the Western Washington lowlands, leaving many roads slick for the Friday morning commute in the Seattle area.
Temperatures are below zero across much of Wyoming and wind chills are making the air feel that much colder.