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.
I'll be hosting a special webchat on Hurricane Sandy at KIROTV.com starting today at 2 p.m.
Despite earlier forecasts, waters of the equatorial Pacific have cooled somewhat making a winter El Niño a less likely possibility.
The Seattle forecast is looking colder and wetter through the weekend, and the chilly forecast looks to persist through at least the next week.
First light reveals some wet snow in the Cascades and at Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic Mountains.
The high pressure blocking storm systems from approaching Western Washington has fallen apart. Over the next week, several potent weather systems will pass nearby, giving bouts of rain and wind.
The last truly "soaking" rainfall in Seattle was back on July 20 when 0.60" fell.
Light rain showers during sunrise created a flurry of perfect panoramas, as seen from the KIRO 7 Queen Anne tower camera and viewer photos.
Monday morning satellite images show smoke from central Washington wildfires reaching beyond the Pacific coast.
A few spotty very light showers were reported in Lacey and at McChord Field Sunday morning, but Meteorologist Morgan Palmer says that precipitation is over and a warming forecast is set for Seattle and Western Washington.
KIRO 7 Meteorologist Morgan Palmer spent a week reporting for Biloxi television station WLOX in the days following the landfall of Hurricane Katrina.
We're now streaming video of the KIRO 7 StormTracker
The photo circulating the internet, purportedly from Tropical Storm Isaac's passage of Florida, is a hoax.
A beautiful picture of an organizing tropical cyclone, Isaac, belies the destruction it will cause in the Caribbean and possibly along the southeast U.S. coast.
An estimated 400,000 Haitians live in tent city slums after the January, 2010 earthquake that left many cities and villages in ruins. A strengthening tropical storm will dump more than a foot of rain and pose the threat for destruction and disease.
Sunday's lowland marine layer clouds extended to just below the observation deck at Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. Hurricane Ridge's elevation is 5,200 feet.
A 5.5 earthquake was detected about 185 miles west of Neah Bay in the Pacific Ocean late Saturday night.