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  • MLS Cup arrives in Seattle ahead of championship game

    SEATTLE – The MLS cup arrived in Seattle in true Pacific Northwest fashion! The trophy rode a ferry to Colman Dock Tuesday afternoon and made it’s way to the Space Needle. It will tour the city and make stops at iconic places such as Pike Place Market this week. Former Sounders FC and United State’s Men’s National Team star Kasey Keller spoke about the significance of Seattle hosting Sunday’s match. “We really want to showcase what we do here in […]

  • Female quarterback makes Fife High School history

    FIFE, Wash. – A touchdown pass at a Fife High School football game made history Friday night. The Trojans were playing against Clover Park when Fife’s starting quarterback injured his shoulder, so head coach Kent Nevin called backup quarterback Brynna Nixon. “I was really nervous at first but then I was like this is the thing I’ve been doing ever since I was a kid,” said Nixon. It was the second half of the game. Nixon saw a lineman coming […]

  • Strong winds cause power outages in Whatcom County

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Strong winds in Whatcom County caused power outages and difficult driving conditions on Wednesday. “I was coming in from Fairhaven today and the wind was blowing my car. I wasn’t going in a straight line,” said Henry Jones. The Bellingham airport reported wind gusts of 46 miles per hour Wednesday afternoon. Puget Sound Energy says strong winds caused a power outage in Blaine, just north of Bellingham. 506 customers were without power but it has since been […]

  • Incoming storm poses flooding hazard as city infrastructures are pushed to the limit

    SEATTLE — It’s the time of year when the leaves change color in the Pacific Northwest. It’s also the time of year for the rainy and windy season. As our first fall storm of the season approaches Washington, it’s important for residents to keep leaves and debris out of drains to prevent urban flooding. Seattle Public Utilities says there are more than 33,000 storm drains in Seattle. Additional leaves are expected to fall as winds pick up Tuesday night and […]

  • Active weather week with rain, gusts and coastal thunderstorms

    SEATTLE — The fall rains head in this week for some sloppy weather. Monday will be very nice with some great fall sunshine and beautiful fall colors, and highs around 63. But that’s essentially where the sunshine ends for at least the foreseeable future. TUESDAY: A slow moving front will approach the coast around the late morning/early afternoon hours. It will move inland throughout the day. Rainfall totals aren’t overly impressive with most spots receiving 0.10-0.25 inches of rain. The […]

  • Freeze warning in effect Thursday morning for parts of western Washington

    A Freeze Warning and Freezing Fog Advisory are in effect for the SW Interior and the Lower Chehalis Valley through Thursday morning.

  • Light snow expected on the passes Tuesday as snow levels drop

    SEATTLE – Grab your jackets and prepare for a wet and chilly Tuesday morning! A small storm system will bring sporadic rain across western Washington but should dissipate midday. A frigid low of 38 degrees and a high of just 52 make for a cold autumn day. The average high is 64 for this time of year. The cold temperatures mean snow elevations will drop rapidly overnight. The National Weather Service says drivers can expect light snow in the morning […]

  • Federal Way woman asks community to help find hit-and-run driver who killed her brother

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Federal Way police are still looking for a driver that struck and killed a man riding his bicycle along a highway and, for the first time, his sister is speaking out. The hit-and-run happened last Friday along Pacific Highway. First responders tried to save the man, 34-year-old Tyler Rolph, but he died from his injuries. His sister Tracy Rolph says she and her family are desperately hoping for a break in the case. “We are hurting […]

  • Fall and winter weather outlook: ‘Neutral’ phase means anything goes

    SEATTLE — Western Washington has had some wild weather lately, from the rare lightning storm over the weekend, to heavy rain and flooding on Monday. As we head into the fall and winter seasons, can we expect more? Long-range predictions point to conditions that may be favorable for intense rain and flooding in the coming months. The El Nino weather pattern is over and we have entered the “neutral” phase, which has produced major flood events in the Pacific Northwest. […]

  • Incredible viewer photos & videos of Saturday’s lightning show

    SEATTLE – A spectacular lightning storm lit up the sky across Western Washington Saturday night. Many viewers sent videos and images of the rare phenomena! Washington averages only 5-10 strikes per year but in Saturday’s event, the National Weather Service counted 2,200 lightning strikes between 6-11 p.m. That works out to 440 per hour. Electrifying storms sent fairgoers scrambling for cover at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup. Fans cleared the bleachers at the University of Washington Huskies football game […]

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