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☁ KIRO 7 Weather Blog from Chief Meteorologist Morgan Palmer ☁
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A Saturday storm will be near the Washington coast to start the weekend and make landfall along the Vancouver Island coast by evening. It's a fairly potent low pressure system though it will be weakening as it moves ashore.
A stream of moisture from near Hawaii will impact the Pacific Northwest Sunday through Tuesday, bringing heavy rain along its path and the possibility of river flooding early next week.
After a wet start to the fall, December is turning much drier. The weather pattern looks set up to keep dry weather in place through at least mid-December.
A tropical cyclone disaster like Hurricane Harvey can't happen in the Pacific Northwest, but we experience flooding in our own unique way. We must be on watch for future flooding concerns because of our increasing population and climate change.