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Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says temperatures will reach 90 in some spots Saturday. So far, Seattle has only reached 87 degrees this year.
The hottest weather of the year is likely by the upcoming weekend. KIRO 7 PinPoint Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says this blast of summer heat could have some serious staying power!
Most forecast models predict a moderate El Niño late this fall and winter, though a few predictions call for a very strong El Niño - a phenomenon some call a "Super Niño." KIRO 7 Meteorologist Morgan Palmer explains what this could mean to Seattle and the Northwest.
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There is a slim chance that one of these showers or thunderstorms could move into adjacent lowland locations.
Long-range forecast models suggest an 80 percent probability of El Niño conditions persisting into next winter. A moderate or strong El Niño pattern increases the chances for warm average temperatures in the Pacific Northwest. Meteorologist Morgan Palmer explains the potential effects.
An area of low pressure across the Northwest has faded, but still a few showers will be possible this afternoon and early evening closer to the mountains. Elsewhere, expect a mix of clouds and some limited sunshine. The best shot at sun will be across the north and also nearer ...
Meteorologist Morgan Palmer is tracking showers moving in from the east, while plenty of rain fell this morning in parched areas east of the Cascades.
With a low pressure system providing plenty of lift and lots of humid air to create rain showers, Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says to expect a soggy commute home in many areas today.
While rainfall amounts around Seattle won't be great this week, southern Washington, Oregon and the higher elevations of the Cascades will be pounded with heavy rain at times. Meteorologist Morgan Palmer has the Monday forecast update.
Climate note: March 2015 will wind up as the warmest March on record since records began being kept at Sea-Tac Airport in 1945 as well as the warmest first three months of any year in that stretch. Forecast: The Puget Sound convergence zone will be active during the day, ...
Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says we'll only have a few spotty showers this afternoon, but tonight and Wednesday rain will return. Then, a big warming trend.
Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says a Puget Sound convergence zone is likely to develop across Snohomish and southern Skagit counties.
A front that stalls across parts of the Northwest Thursday will bring downpours for some with little or no rain for others. Meteorologist Morgan Palmer explains.
Most areas will start off dry and mainly sunny, but across parts of the area some patchy fog is possible early Tuesday with temperatures at or below freezing.
Downpours are likely this evening and overnight ahead of brightening skies for the weekend.
Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says to expect rain through the afternoon commute and into Wednesday evening. Mountain snow will also fall at times through the end of the week.
Plenty of sunshine around Seattle today, though lowland rain and mountain snow are on the way.
Meteorologist Morgan Palmer tells us to grab the sun shades this weekend, though it'll be brisk on Saturday. He's eyeing a turn toward cooler weather next week with a chance at much-needed mountain snow.
Expect little more than sprinkles despite more clouds through Thursday morning. Meteorologist Morgan Palmer has a better chance of rain in the forecast by Thursday night.