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After record winter/spring rains, are we headed for another record?
Consecutive days without precipitation/rain

One month precipitation outlook
Photo credit: NOAA

– “Seattle hasn’t seen rain in 21 days”
Seattle has been at the top of the charts for the last two years when it comes to rainfall accumulation. However, if our current pattern holds, we may be writing this year to another list: of consecutive days without rainfall.

The last raindrop to hit Sea-Tac’s rain gauge was on June 17 when we picked up 0.06 inches,” by Jordan Steele, KING-5 TV News.
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– Yelm weather forecast through end of July is warm and dry.
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Posted by Steve on July 9, 2017 at 12:03 am | Permalink

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