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Weather with Cliff Mass
Fri March 1, 2013
Winter is over, declares Cliff Mass
Winter is over, if you consider the threat of snow in the cities of Puget Sound a marker of winter, says KPLU weather expert Cliff Mass, a professor of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington.
"After the first week of March, the chances really go down to almost nothing, to get any kind of significant snow. And I can see that far with some skill," says Mass. The extended forecast is just too warm for snow below about 2,000 feet.
"It looks there will be no significant snowfall in western Washington this winter," he says.
As for this weekend, an unusual front of Hawaiian warm air will disappear by Saturday afternoon, bringing cooler, showery weather, he says.
For the complete forecast and explanation, click the "listen" button above, or subscribe to the weekly podcast below.
The weekly KPLU feature "Weather with Cliff Mass" airs every Friday at 9 a.m. immediately following BirdNote, and repeats twice on Friday afternoons during All Things Considered. The feature is hosted by KPLU’s Science and Health reporter Keith Seinfeld. Cliff Mass is a University of Washington Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, a renowned Seattle weather prognosticator, and a popular weather blogger. You can also subscribe to a weekly podcast of “Weather with Cliff Mass” interviews.