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332 Landslide

December 14, 2008

Western Washington Severe Weather December 2008 Day3 6:21pm

Not much to report throughout the day, so I didn't. 12:56pm and the winds were picking up, slight to gusty. The snow was still frozen though, making it look like more like Montana or Oklahoma than western Washington. The window thermometer said 31 degrees
while MSN sidebar said 28.

2:11pm and the wind was pretty steady with abrupt gusts that are knocking frozen lumps of snow off branches and roof edges, flinging them diagonally like fastballs on opening night! Hope you stayed indoors for this bit folks, fast moving chunks of frozen snow are not good for the head! It was still 28/31 degrees here in Kitsap county.

As of now, both the KIRO and KOMO radar views show it should be snowing here and all around me. I double checked, not a flake to be seen.

The window thermometer gave it's final visible reading a few minutes ago of 31 degrees, while the MSN sidebar finds 28 degrees now at 6:48pm. I'll tell you it feels simply frigid outside, and the wind has stopped blustering.

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