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Monsoon and Heavy Rain This Weekend

Monsoonal showers and thunderstorms may result in flash flooding and debris flows from the Four Corners region and Southwest to the central Rockies through midweek. A tropical wave is expected to move inland in South Texas today and bring widespread rainfall and thunderstorms to the region into Monday. Read More >

A Puget Sound Convergence Zone (PSCZ) forms when strong westerly winds flow around the Olympic Peninsula and converge over Puget Sound. It generally forms north of Seattle, and may move southward to as far as Boeing Field or SeaTac Airport. A PSCZ can cause a narrow band of convective precipitation along it, which can include rain showers, thunderstorms, or snowfall. Strong south to southwest winds are to the south of the PSCZ and north to northwest winds to the north.





 
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FTUS46 KSEW 140520
TAFSEA
TAF
KSEA 140520Z 1406/1512 36004KT P6SM FEW250
FM141400 VRB03KT P6SM SCT010 BKN040
TEMPO 1414/1417 BKN015
FM141800 25007KT P6SM SCT050
FM150000 32005KT P6SM FEW250=
 
 

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FTUS46 KSEW 140520
TAFBFI
TAF
KBFI 140520Z 1406/1506 VRB03KT P6SM FEW250
FM141400 VRB03KT P6SM SCT015 BKN045
TEMPO 1414/1417 BKN015
FM141900 29006KT P6SM SCT050=
 
 
   

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FTUS46 KSEW 140520
TAFPAE
TAF
KPAE 140520Z 1406/1506 35006KT P6SM SCT250
FM141300 VRB03KT P6SM VCFG SCT003
TEMPO 1413/1417 2SM BR BKN003
FM141800 30005KT P6SM SCT050
FM150000 35006KT P6SM FEW250=