Update 3:30 p.m. Cliff Mass has posted here: Atmospheric River Fest: A Very Wet Week.
“Now, some of you will want to know about snow. Don’t ask. The air will be relatively warm and the snow levels will be around 6000 ft. Rain will fall on the lower ski areas, like Snoqualmie and Stevens, but higher elevations should get some….”
7:26 a.m., Maple Leaf Reservoir Park.
We’ve had 1.39 inches of rain this week, all recorded over the last three mornings here at Maple Leaf Life South.
We’ll get a lot more over the weekend.
The forecast calls for perhaps over another inch before Presidents Day.
More amusingly, the forecast discussion warns:
PRECIP IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE TO TAPER OFF THROUGHOUT THE MORNING BEFORE THE FIRST OF A PAIR OF WARM FRONTS STARTS TO MOVE INTO THE AREA THIS AFTERNOON. THIS AND ITS SEQUEL FRONT…WARM FRONT PART 2 THE REVENGE…WILL KICK OFF A VERY WET AND ACTIVE PATTERN FOR THIS WEEKEND.