The Space Needle stands fuzzy in the fog and drizzle, seen Sunday from Harbor Avenue in West Seattle. The start to the Seattle area’s wet season could begin late Thursday night. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
The Space Needle stands fuzzy in the fog and drizzle, seen Sunday from Harbor Avenue in West Seattle. The start to the Seattle area's wet season could begin late Thursday night. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
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Seattle-area residents should prepare for wild weather ahead, forecasters say

Here we go, rain-loving friends! The start to our wet season could begin late Thursday night. The National Weather Service is predicting winds up to 50 mph. Also in the forecast: 10 times the precipitation we had all summer over the next 72 hours.

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