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Look out Seattle - big storm headed your way

 
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Look out Seattle - big storm headed your way
5:14 pm Pacific time

Dutchsinse mentioned rings in the Seattle radar a few days ago and said to expect a big storm in a few days. I also noted dagger-like shapes in the radar pointing in a northwest direction. At that time, I thought that the chance of major weather coming from the southeast is extremely low, and forgot about it.

We just got rained on in the Portland area

I got home a little while ago and looked at the westher map. The radar map showed a quickly gathering storm approaching from the southeast...lined up with the dagger i saw two days before!

Right now it is over Yakima and Hanford, heading straight across the mountains to the Seattle area. It should reach you Puget Sounders in an hour (6:15 pm).

Let me know what is going on!
Did Dutchsinse nail it?
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Re: Look out Seattle - big storm headed your way
We just got hit around 3pm with very heavy winds, dust, and a lot of heavy rain in Eastern WA. It was heading west. It hit out of no where. Some thunder. Lasted about 20 minutes.
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Re: Look out Seattle - big storm headed your way
Looks like the main part of the storm is headed towards Tacoma-Olympia. Well, at least there were no tornadoes.
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Re: Look out Seattle - big storm headed your way
We've got heavy rain right now on seattle eastside.
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Re: Look out Seattle - big storm headed your way
Steady, heavy rain started about 6pm on the dot, in the Tacoma area. It's a warm rain, more like we'd see in late July. I'm surprised since the forecast was for showers. fairy breezy and a rumble of thunder now and then. 9:30 now and still heavy rain. Yes, even for the Pacific Northwest.

Just to throw it out, the Puget Sound area has had three sunny days, turned into chem-trailed, silvery late afternoons. Clouds looked very sharp and digital yesterday afternoon. If that makes sense.
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Re: Look out Seattle - big storm headed your way
I was banned 4 times (censored word, but I did not know it), and was just able to post.

I followed a Seattle area radar anomalies video on u-tube. Besides circles, there were dagger-like flashes on the radar pointing from sw Washington to Seattle. On Saturday afternoon, a storm brewed in the sw and moved toward Seattle. Seattle was hit unexpectedly, with the forecast showing only showers. The storm grew larger as it crossed the Cascades. Normally, storms here weaken crossing this mountain range, and tornadoes are rare.

Seattle and Olympia airports had record rain on Saturday, May 14. Seattle's record that day was 80% more than the old record. Looks like Sunday’s precip record was also broken.

The video was correct in interpreting the radar anomalies for Seattle. Is that floating radar bubble thing still in the Seattle area?

This will be my 5th summer in the Portland area. It seems that each summer has been cooler than the one before it. Note that the Zetas mentioned that the seasons would start to blend before the pole shift…strange, eh?
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I was banned 4 times (censored word, but I did not know it), and was just able to post.

I followed a Seattle area radar anomalies video on u-tube. Besides circles, there were dagger-like flashes on the radar pointing from sw Washington to Seattle. On Saturday afternoon, a storm brewed in the sw and moved toward Seattle. Seattle was hit unexpectedly, with the forecast showing only showers. The storm grew larger as it crossed the Cascades. Normally, storms here weaken crossing this mountain range, and tornadoes are rare.

Seattle and Olympia airports had record rain on Saturday, May 14. Seattle's record that day was 80% more than the old record. Looks like Sunday’s precip record was also broken.

The video was correct in interpreting the radar anomalies for Seattle. Is that floating radar bubble thing still in the Seattle area?

This will be my 5th summer in the Portland area. It seems that each summer has been cooler than the one before it. Note that the Zetas mentioned that the seasons would start to blend before the pole shift…strange, eh?
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The super fancy, one of a kind Navy Sea-Based X-band Radar? yes it is. And I posted this thread the other day about the record rainfall.
Thread: Seattle has nearly all the total rainfall amount for the month in 15 hrs
Weird things going on in Lake Washington too.

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