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Kevin Freitas Jun 19
Can smarter people than me (like ) diagnose this as rotational motion to the east about 20 min ago? Lovely, whatever it is :)
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NWS Pendleton 25m
Scattered thunderstorms, mainly over the mountains, expected later this afternoon. On Wednesday, storms may become strong to severe with hail, gusty winds, heavy rain, and dangerous lightning possible over much of northeast Oregon and southeast Washington.
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Jay Albrecht Jun 23
Long range models increasingly inconsistent starting in early Jul. Operational ECMWF hints at developing ridge and heat while the GFS shows trough offshore and Canadian trough overhead. Heat is increasingly showing up on the high res ECMWF but ensembles look like GFS.
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SpokaneAIR 36m
Prelim AQI at 13:00 (99026): O₃=38 (Good) PM2.5=20 (Good) PM10=19 (Good)
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NWS Spokane 37m
First strike of the day recorded in far northern Okanogan County at this hour:
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Nikki Torres 7h
WEATHER FORECAST: Sunny today, not tomorrow. Enjoy it while you can!
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Benjamin Jurkovich Jun 20
Another shot of a bug vortex, or “bugnado.” Could confirm that these were full of mosquitoes tonight in west Lake Stevens. At one point, I had to retreat as I began to get swarmed by them.
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Cody Proctor Jun 24
It's officially summertime and that means Dog Days of Summer is back! Send me a photo of your favorite pup or pups and they could be featured during the morning newscast. We're looking at temps staying mild with lots of sunshine outside.
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NWS Seattle 7h
Highs today will be in the mid 60s along the coast and lower 70s across the interior. Cloud cover will increase this afternoon.
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TacomaAIR 4h
Prelim AQI at 10:00 (98402): PM2.5=43 (Good)
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WxSalem Oregon 7h
06/25 Weather SYNOPSIS...An upper level low pressure system will drop south to off the Oregon coast today, then slowly move east towards the coast, and eventually inland late in the week. This will bring cooler temperatures as well as increasing chances for showers.
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NWS Seattle 16h
Mount Rainier out and the NOAA osprey enjoying the sunset. Another nice summer evening in Seattle. Clouds increasing Tuesday ( middle and high level clouds ). A weather system will stall over the area with showers in the forecast Tuesday night thru Saturday morning.
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Abby Acone 16h
Talk about a dynamic duo! Photo: Nair Sankar
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Naturally Heathir 17h
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NWS Pendleton 21h
A large low pressure system will bring showers and t-storms to the forecast area this week. The graphics show the probability of precipitation (aka PoPs) for Tues-Fri.
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NWS Seattle 23h
June gloom transforming to brilliant blue sky at NWS Seattle this afternoon.
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NWS Spokane 23h
The Outlook for next week calls for a return of summer weather with above average temperatures and at or below average rain chances. Summer arrives in time for July 4th.
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NWS Seattle Jun 23
Sunday morning in Seattle. Summer scoreboard. June gloom 1 Madison Park Beach Diving Platform 0 More clouds in the morning Monday with a little more sunshine in the afternoon. Highs remaining below normal, mostly in the 60s.
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NWS Spokane Jun 23
Showery up at this morning:
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Jordan Wilkerson Jun 23
I found some blue sky and sunshine...Hurricane Ridge!
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