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Valley Rain and Mountain Snow for Portions of the West; Tranquil Weather for the East

Low pressure will progress inland across the west overnight with some valley rain and higher terrain snow as this system tracks across the Intermountain West on Monday. East of the Rocky Mountains, high pressure will keep the weather pattern tranquil with moderating temperatures expected for the center of the nation. Read More >

Past Events

 

This page serves as a location to find past weather event information for Western Washington. 

To the right is a link to the Storm Prediction Center. The Storm Prediction Center will provide detailed severe weather forecast for the NWS Seattle County Warnings Area.  To the lower right there is a thumbnail link to an interactive map archive of preliminary Local Storm Reports that are issued by an NWS office when a severe weather event is reported.

Further below on this page are individual event reviews for the local area sorted by event type.  Many of these are archived stories from web top news headlines on our home page in the hours to days after the events occurred. Click on the date to jump to the full archived event review. Each story contains data and records from the event, and often meteorological insight and photos. To quickly search for an event that you may not recall the date of, click the "All" tab, hit Ctrl + F to search your browser, and enter the event and/or city or county impacted.

If you cannot find what you are looking for here, try our Local Climate Page, or for visualizing various data sets also try the NOAA Weather and Climate Toolkit

         

Storm Data

Preliminary Local Storm Report Map

 

 
All Events
  • November 2006: Seattle's Wettest Month and Record Flooding in Western Washington