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Weather with Cliff Mass
11:06 am
Fri July 25, 2014

Summer Is Back! Dry Weather And Warm, Sunny Skies In the Forecast

The last week of July is historically the driest week of the year. And despite record-breaking rain last week, the forecast for the days ahead fits the bill for this time of year, says KPLU weather expert Cliff Mass.

“We’re going to have sun, warmth and virtually no precipitation,” Mass said of the week ahead.

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Weather with Cliff Mass
10:09 am
Fri May 30, 2014

Weekend Curse Has Lifted: Sunny Skies And Summer-like Temps Ahead

Sunny Seattle beach with more sun to come.
Erin Hennessey

It’s time to get out the sunscreen and summer clothes.

KPLU weather expert Cliff Mass says we have a beautiful weekend ahead of us.

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Weather with Cliff Mass
10:09 am
Fri March 28, 2014

Rain This Weekend Could Make March Our Wettest On Record In W. Wash.

Wet weather in western Washington is expected to get wetter over the weekend.
Photo by Neil Banas Flickr via Compfight

Friday's steady rain is contributing to what may become a record-breaking March for total rainfall in many places in the Northwest.

KPLU weather expert Cliff Mass says a wet front is coming through western Washington.

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9:10 am
Mon September 30, 2013

Wet, Wet, and Windy Weekend in Washington

"Showers and t-storms with a history of heavy rain just west of SeaTac."
U.S. National Weather Service

The National Weather Service says a weekend storm has made for the wettest September on record in Olympia and the second-wettest in Seattle.

By 3 a.m. Monday the rainfall total at Olympia was 7.98 inches, breaking the old record of 7.59 set in September of 1978. The normal for the month is 1.71 in Olympia.

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4:29 pm
Sun September 29, 2013

Rain Sets Records Across Western Washington

Tim Durkan

Saturday's rain set records across Western Washington, from Olympia to Bellingham. And the National Weather Service says the rain isn't over yet.

Record rainfall of 1.71 inches fell was recorded at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Saturday. The weather service says that is more than double the old record of 0.83 of an inch set in 1948.

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