Winds will again get quite gusty through Sunday afternoon and evening as a strong cold front approaches Western Washington. Meteorologist Morgan Palmer has an update on what to expect.
As we've seen from time to time with a chilly storm system moving through Western Washington, small hail or snowflakes occasionally mix in.
The numbers are in, and if you think this winter's weather has been unexciting and dull, you're absolutely right!
Locations from near Philadelphia to New York to Boston could be buried by feet of snow Friday and Saturday.
Monday will give the lowlands more low clouds and limited sunshine, but Meteorologist Morgan Palmer is tracking a rainy front that brings an end to the stagnant weather pattern.
While a massive ridge of high pressure in the coming days keeps storms away from the Northwest, widespread road icing will be a threat.
A Wind Advisory is in effect for Seattle and much of the rest of Western Washington as a potent low pressure system approaching Vancouver Island ramps up winds across the Northwest.
The summit of Mount Rainier briefly cast a shadow on a cloud deck overhead right at sunrise on New Year's Eve.
On Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, NASA's Curiosity rover captured a photographic mosaic at "Rocknest," the spot in Gale Crater where the mission's first scoop sampling took place.
The forecast continues to be of great interest for Monday night and early Christmas morning as temperatures will support frozen precipitation as a moisture-laden front moves in from the west. Most of the area will see a rain/snow mix or all snow Christmas morning, though accumulations are going to be ...
Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says large areas of Western Washington will receive snow Christmas morning, though accumulations are likely to be confined to several key areas.
Both on Sunday evening and early Monday morning, cell phone customers across many parts of Western Washington were alerted for a Blizzard Warning. KIRO 7 is digging into what happened.
Potentially damaging wind gusts, heavy rain, and some flooding are all possible as an intensifying storm system slams into Western Washington tonight.
Wind could cause power outages and damage across parts of Western Washington Monday with at least a threat of some lowland snow on Tuesday.
Waves of rain with occasionally gusty winds move across Seattle and the Pacific Northwest this weekend. Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says a few parts of the weekend and next week will be stormier than others.
The KIRO 7 camera atop Queen Anne captured the spooky dark clouds that greeted the city at sunrise, followed quickly by sunshine and rain showers.
Flood watches and warnings are up for several rivers and heavy rain continues to pound the Northwest.
KIRO 7 Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says the worst of the weekend weather could hit right as the Seattle Sounders are taking the field with their season on the line.
The KIRO 7 tower camera atop Queen Anne recorded beautiful images of fog rolling across Downtown Seattle just after sunrise Thursday.
A Flood Watch has been issued for several area rivers as a large area of sometimes-heavy rainfall is expected today.