Western Washington residents should prepare for wild weather ahead, forecasters say

Seattle Times

Here we go, rain-loving friends! The start to our wet season could begin late Thursday night. The National Weather Service of Seattle is predicting winds of up to 50 mph. Also in the forecast: 10 times the precipitation we had all summer over the next 72 hours.

We may not wake up to rain Friday morning, said weather service meteorologist Steve Reedy, but it should be coming down pretty heavily by midmorning. And then it will likely rain all weekend, he said.

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Thursday, September 16, 2021 - 10:57am