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First of Three 'Pineapple Expresses' Hits Puget Sound Region

With a series of storms headed this way, the Thanksgiving weekend in Western Washington will be typical for this time of year: Wet, blustery and cool. The first of three "pineapple expresses" will arrive later today, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle. The rain will be heaviest overnight, with some flooding possible on the Nooksack River in Whatcom County, said NWS meteorologist Gary Schneider.
SEATTLE, WA
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Wet, blustery and cool weather to continue in Puget Sound region

With a series of storms headed this way, the Thanksgiving weekend in Western Washington will be typical for this time of year: wet, blustery and cool. The first of three “Pineapple Expresses” arrived Thursday, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle. The heaviest rain was expected overnight, with some flooding possible on the Nooksack River in Whatcom County, said NWS meteorologist Gary Schneider.
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Flood warnings continue with high winds, heavy rain in forecast

We’ll see around an inch of rain over a lot of the Puget Sound region, with more north and inches in the mountains. We also have some isolated thunderstorms out there, with more possible. Wind has been steady overnight with a wind advisory in effect for most of western Washington until later Monday morning and into the afternoon.
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Seattle Times

Up to 2 inches of rain within 24 hours for Seattle area with arrival of another atmospheric river

An atmospheric river that could dump up to 2 inches of rain on Seattle — and as much as 3 inches on Shelton, Olympia and Tacoma — all within a 24-hour period is here. Because the river of rain is expected to camp out over the Puget Sound region for at least a day, instead of moving in and out, the National Weather Service of Seattle is predicting heavier than usual rain through Friday afternoon.
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Puget Sound region primed for ‘very stormy November’ as rainy weather arrives in force

November in the Puget Sound region is already off to a rainy start, and that’s not likely to change anytime soon. According to KIRO 7 meteorologist Nick Allard, rain and windy conditions that kicked off the week are expected to continue through the weekend. Friday should be on the breezy side with spotty afternoon showers after morning rain. Saturday will see more heavy rain and gusty winds, Allard says, with the chance for that wind to top 45 mph around Puget Sound and be even stronger at the coast and north.
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