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.
Over 2 inches of rain fell at Sea-Tac Airport on Monday, bringing the wettest day since December 2010.
We’re closing out the month of October with a lot of rain across Western Washington. It has been nearly a year since we have been this wet in Seattle! We have to go back to November 22, 2011 to find a day with this much rainfall at Sea-Tac Airport. As ...
Seattle's high temperature was only 46 degrees on Monday. March 20th was the last time we have seen a high temperature that cool.
It was an exciting Sunday for sports and weather fans across Western Washington. The Seahawks pulled out a huge victory against the New England Patriots, while the first strong storm of the season hit our area.
The longest dry stretch in Seattle weather history is about to come to an end.
Friday, October 12th marks the 50th anniversary of the Columbus Day Storm. This was the strongest non-tropical wind storm to hit the continental United States in American history. It tracked from Northern California to Southern British Columbia, packing wind gusts over 100 mph around Puget Sound at its peak. The ...
Now that October has arrived, we have set another dry record in Seattle. When you combine the rainfall from August and September, we managed to only squeeze out 0.03 inches of rainfall over those 61 days! We have never seen rainfall that low for those two months combined since record ...
With thunderstorms in the weekend forecast, there is the potential for more wildfires.
A light shower passes over Sea-Tac Airport late Sunday night, breaking the dry streak by a hair.