ADVISORY:The B-Town Weather RockÂ® About To Get Soaked
The patented, trademarked and copyrighted B-Town Blog Weather RockÂ®â„¢Â© looks like its on the verge of needing a very absorbent diaper soon, as it’s just issued the following Weather Advisory:
… A powerful and wet Pacific storm will bring significant rainfall to western Washington tonight through Wednesday…
A powerful storm more typical of autumn will bring rain… locally heavy… to the area tonight through Wednesday. Storm total rainfall amounts are expected to be in the 2 to 4 inch range in the Olympics… and the 1 to 3 inch range on the coast and Cascades. Elsewhere… amounts will be less or generally in the quarter to one inch range. It is possible that the heavy rains could lead to water rises on small creeks as well as ponding of water in low lying areas.
In addition to the significant rainfall… this storm system will bring gusty winds and usher in a colder air mass Wednesday night. By early Thursday… the snow levels are expected to be mainly in the 6000 to 6500 foot range. People planning on hiking or camping in the mountains should be prepared for Fall-like weather and plan accordingly.
If you don’t have your own patented, trademarked and copyrighted Weather RockÂ®â„¢Â©, you can get the full weather report here.