Saturday, July 3, 2010
Will the Fireworks Be Washed Out?
Tomorrow night I plan on watching the Seattle fireworks from the top of my building at the UW and one piece of essential equipment will come with me....my umbrella.
A weak front is approaching now, as seen in the latest satellite imagery (above). This system will move into western Washington tomorrow afternoon (bring some light showers mainly over the northern half of the State) and behind it there is a good chance of a Puget Sound convergence zone over the city (see image of three hour rainfall ending at 8 PM and 11 PM). So fireworks in other places should be fine, but in central PS, light rain might dampen the festivities.
But this will be the end of it...on Monday we start transitioning to a much warmer, drier pattern.
Posted by Cliff Mass at 11:20 PM