On March 20, the day spring officially arrived, NOAA published its April-to-June forecast. For Western Washington, it’s looking pretty good, people. Think warmer and drier weather.
Here’s what NOAA said: “For precipitation, odds favor drier-than-normal conditions for the Alaska panhandle, western Washington and Oregon. …” And temps will be “warmer-than-normal” for western Washington.
Sure, we’ll have some showery weather, but that shouldn’t stop you from getting the most out of these longer days. Readers shared their favorite photos into our spring gallery below.
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