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NWS Seattle 18h
Mt. Rainier looking absolutely spectacular this Thanksgiving morning with a fresh layer of snow! 🦃 Webcam: Crystal Mountain
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NWS Seattle Nov 19
A window to the stars between passing showers this evening.
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NWS Seattle Nov 21
Hello mountains! Gorgeous views from Hurricane Ridge and up at Mt. Rainier this morning with plenty of sunshine. Increasing high clouds today. Rain and snow holds off in the mountains until Sunday.
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NWS Seattle Nov 20
A few nice breaks in the clouds this evening to take in some views of Mars, Orion's Belt and Nebula, and the Pleiades.
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NWS Seattle Nov 25
Fog already forming in parts of W WA this evening. Fog will increase in coverage tonight & persist into tomorrow morning. Visibility may be down to 1/4 of a mile or less at times. Slow down, use your lights (low beams) & give plenty of space between you & other motorists.
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Shannon O'Donnell Nov 18
A whole Seattle mood right here.
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Kelsie⚡WX Noggin Blogger Nov 20
Such a pretty sky this evening 😍😍
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NWS Seattle Nov 24
Large swells of 18 to 22 feet will reach the coast this evening through Wednesday morning. There will be dangerous conditions along the coast with localized beach erosion possible. Keep your distance from the surf and never turn your back on the ocean!
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Shannon O'Donnell Nov 25
Happy ! A *mainly* dry around Western Washington, but a bit of light rain by late afternoon for the north end/coast/B.C. border as a warm front nudges into Canada.
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Little Bear Creek Weather 10h
Thanksgiving sunset tonight. Sending good wishes to everyone today.
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Shannon O'Donnell Nov 18
A Winter Wonderland is taking shape here in the Northwest. Snow will continue to tally up over the Cascades through Friday, with another 6-20" above 3,000' within that time frame. Ski resorts, rejoice!
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NWS Seattle Nov 25
Gorgeous view of the Olympics from Hurricane Ridge this morning with a fresh layer of snow! Webcam: National Park Service
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Scott Sistek Nov 19
😮🌊These photos are just a few of the incredible pictures captured off Port Renfrew, BC on Sunday as a 970 mb storm raged offshore. Hear his story and see more photos in the weather blog:
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Shannon O'Donnell Nov 23
One more November storm to go before Thanksgiving! It rides in tomorrow, spreading rain & mountain snow back into Western Washington. We'll also see gusty winds near the waterfront, especially Whidbey/San Juans. Tough pass travel Wednesday morning.
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WeatherNation Nov 23
Winter wonderland already in parts of Washington State, with more on the way. Another Winter Weather Advisory is in place for the Cascades for up to 14" possible through Wednesday morning.
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NWS Seattle Nov 18
Rain and mountain snow continue across the area this afternoons. The mountains are back there...somewhere. [Webcam ]
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NWS Seattle Nov 21
Wondering what's on tap for today? Most areas across W WA will continue to see some sun this morning as low clouds scatter. High clouds will then increase across the region this afternoon ahead of the next system arriving Sunday. Highs will be in the upper 40s-low 50s.
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NWS Seattle Nov 22
Cap cloud forming on top of Mount Rainier this morning ( image from webcam ). Some light rain along the north coast at 830 am. Clouds will thicken up with a chance of rain for the interior and rain and snow in the Cascades later this afternoon into the evening.
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scott merriman Nov 22
The mountain is out. ⁦
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The UW Dawgcast Nov 21
Happy Saturday Huskies! Today we started off with some mist & chilly morning, but sunshine towards the evening & temps lower 50’s. Tomorrow, we will see the showers return and as we head into the week, mainly cloudy skies & precipitation until Thursday. ⛅️🌧
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