Windblown Tree Falls On Metro Bus In Shoreline; Driver HurtThe tree struck the Route 331 bus near Shoreline Community College.
Strong Winds Leave Nearly 4,000 Without Power In WashingtonHeavy rain drenched Western Washington, making for a splashy Friday the 13th commute.
Seattle Crews Cleaning Up, Restoring Power After WindsCrews worked Sunday to restore power after powerful winds knocked out electricity to nearly 500,000 customers in the Seattle area.
State Projects Dust Storms And Fires For Eastern WashingtonThe state is warning that Eastern Washington faces a run of dust storms and wildfires in coming months, thanks to a looming drought.
Heavy Snow Forecast In CascadesForecasters say two weather systems Monday and Tuesday will drop up to 3 feet of new snow in the Cascades by early Wednesday, making driving difficult through the mountain passes.
Cell Tower Workers Rescued In Southeast OregonFour cellphone tower workers stranded since Saturday in foul weather at the summit of Steens Mountain in southeastern Oregon have been rescued.
Snow Pounds Cascades, Two Feet Expected By ThursdayThe National Weather Service says the lowland snow showers in parts of Western Washington on Wednesday morning will turn to rain with high winds on the coast and northwest interior until Wednesday evening.
Wind Knocks Out Power Across Puget Sound AreaHigh winds early Monday have knocked out power for about 8,000 Puget Sound Energy customers in south King County and Thurston County.
Northwest Storm Set To Do Some DamageThe strongest Northwest storm of the season blew in early Monday on winds that gusted to more than 80 mph on the coast, knocking out power in places and creating blizzard-like conditions in the mountains.
Another Rain Storm for Tuesday in the ForecastThe National Weather Service says the Western Washington lowlands could get up to 1 inch of rain with 1 to 3 inches likely in the mountains.
Wet Ride Into The WeekendAfter drying out for a few of days, Washington is in for more rain.
Turkey Day Should Be 'Okay' In SeattleAbout 90 percent of the National Weather Service's models are showing Thanksgiving Day as being relatively mellow. Skies should be mostly clear, and there might even be a patch of blue.