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“Prepare for another dry May in Washington with potential for 10-day stretch without rain”
“Weather models are predicting a dry start to May. A drop of rain could be 10 days away.”
“On the heels of a record-setting dry March, May is also teeing up with a long stretch of dry days. March was recorded as the second driest month ever at Sea-Tac Airport.
“Last year, May set the record of 17 consecutive days without rain. The longest dry streak ever recorded was 55 days in the summer of 2017.”
“The Climate Prediction Center is predicting a drier than normal May. Current models forecast a long stretch of dry days to start out the month,” by KING-5 TV News, Seattle. Read more