Snow is falling in Western Washington Friday morning causing school closures and delays. You could feel the cold air outside Thursday; temperatures were in the 30s across the area. As a warm front approaches the area, we’re adding moisture into the mix, giving us the ingredients we need to see ...
Moisture moving into Western Washington later Thursday evening will bring a snowy commute Friday morning.
The heat peaks on Wednesday as temperatures make a run toward 90 degrees. This is record breaking heat, and rare heat for this time of year.
Heavy rain and thunderstorms on Thursday and Friday bring the potential for urban flooding and mountain mud slides.
Heavier rain with the chance of thunderstorms on Thursday could bring the wettest day of the summer.
With no measurable rainfall at Sea-Tac, this was the driest July since 1960.
Back in the 80s this weekend. Ushering in July with 90s in the forecast.
A tornado touches down in McMinnville, Oregon Thursday afternoon with estimated wind speeds between 86 and 90 mph.
May's weather had a Jekyll and Hyde personality. We started the month with sunny warm weather, but ended on a cool and wet note.
On Monday, May 6th, Washington State was the hottest spot in the nation.
We made it! For the first time since October 8th, Seattle cracked the 70 degree mark. Yes, that’s 197 days if you’re keeping score at home. At Sea-Tac Airport, where the official record book is kept, we hit the big seven-zero at 3:02 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. During most years, ...
Thursday marks the beginning of a cooler and wetter weather pattern that will continue through the weekend.
We usher in spring at 4:02 a.m. Wednesday morning with very winter-like weather. A strong storm is moving through with plenty of rain, gusty wind, and heavy mountain snow.
While many of us dream about a Hawaiian vacation during our gray winter weather, sometimes the islands pay us a visit. This visit comes in the form of warmer rainy weather.
After fairly tranquil weather so far this month, the weather is going to kick up a few notches over the coming hours. One of the strongest storms we have seen so far this winter is moving in early Friday morning.
Chopper 7 captures amazing video of a mirage over the Cascade Mountains.
The persistent fog that has been plaguing Puget Sound the last several days is almost over. Before we see the weather pattern switch up, we have another foggy morning on the way for Tuesday.
A strong winter storm is tracking through Western Washington. Cold air invading behind it brings the potential for some areas of lowland snow later this week.
2012 will go down as the 7th wettest year on record at Sea-Tac Airport.
A series of storms will keep Western Washington locked in a wet pattern through the weekend.