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Regional Climate Review . Karin Bumbaco Office of the Washington State Climatologist Joint Institute for the Study of Atmosphere and Ocean University of Washington April 13, 2010. DJF in WA, OR, ID. 32.2°F. 1971-2000 Average (from NCDC’s Climate-at-a-Glance). 7.78 inches. Jan 11. Apr 9.

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regional climate review

Regional Climate Review

Karin Bumbaco

Office of the Washington State Climatologist

Joint Institute for the Study of Atmosphere and Ocean

University of Washington

April 13, 2010

djf in wa or id
DJF in WA, OR, ID

32.2°F

1971-2000 Average (from NCDC’s Climate-at-a-Glance)

7.78 inches

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Jan 11

Apr 9

Jan 11

Apr 9

february
Temperature

Departure from Normal

Precipitation

% of Normal

February

Wenatchee: 1.24” on Feb 26

Monthly normal: 0.86”

Wettest Feb day since 1959; 8th wettest with all months

march april
March & April

March 25 - April 7

March 1-24

  • April 2nd
    • 74 mph sustained winds at Tatoosh Island (weak Category 1 hurricane)
    • Gusts of 61 mph in Seattle, Bellingham, Everett, Kirkland
winter case study
Winter Case Study
  • Look on our website:

http://climate.washington.edu/

Thanks!

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