Tracking a few showers moving across Western Washington.
Strong waves lashed a ferry going from Friday Harbor to Anacortes in Washington on September 25, making for an “insane” ride.
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September goes from soggy to spectacular as a return to some summer-like temperatures come back to the NW. Tim Joyce has the details on the drier weather ahead.
Q13 Meteorologist Tim Joyce has your weekend forecast.
Some Saturday showers and sunnier weather arrives by Sunday. Tim Joyce has the weekend forecast.
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A cold front is slicing through the region this morning with rain, heavy at times, and gusty winds. There is a Wind Advisory posted now until 10 a.m. for the Washington Coast and the North Interior - areas in orange on this map. With gusts up to 50 mph we could have tree limbs down over power lines and power outages.
Mexico has sent 100 firefighters to the United States to help battle wildfires in California, it was reported Wednesday.
Q13 Meteorologist M.J. McDermott has your weather forecast.
Who's ready for round two? More widespread rain and wind across the region for your Friday. Our next plume of moisture just off the coast getting all geared up to spray inland. We'll see heavy squails at times delivering another couple inches of rain for the mountains and about a 1/2 to 1.5" for Puget Sound. Not only will this strong weather system drop plenty of rain, but hail too and there is the threat of a few pop up thunderstorms embedded in those powerful cells. And just when we thought the rain was enough, the wind will gust and howl too.
Q13 Forecaster Erin Mayovsky has your wet weather forecast.
As evacuations continue in some Oregon communities due to ongoing wildfires, a volunteer firefighter is warning about why it's still too dangerous for many to come home.
A soggy September forecast for the next few days, but it looks like we'll warm up and dry out nicely before October arrives.
Thursday will be rainy and breezy at times with possible isolated thunderstorms.
Take cover! Western Washington will continue to see storms in its forecast.
We made it through the first full day of fall and boy, what a sloppy day! We saw record rainfall at SeaTac and Seattle WFO today. As of 6:30 p.m. here are the numbers:
Q13 Weather Anchor Erin Mayovsky forecast more rain and wind for the next several day.
Autumn didn't waste any time in getting some fall rains into Western Washington!
We're in for a rainy and windy few days.