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The New Mexico Hermit’s Peak Fire

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On April 6, a wildfire was accidentally ignited by U.S. Forest Service personnel doing a prescribed burn near Hermit's Peak, New Mexico. A prescribed burn...

A Very Green Start of Summer

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What a difference a year makes.  The bountiful precipitation and cool temperatures have resulted in a far greener Washington and Oregon east of the...

All in My New Podcast

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This weekend is going to be the warmest of the year so far in the Pacific Northwest and my podcast provides the details.   But  I...

My Saturday Weather Talk in Seattle and the New Edition of...

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I am excited about the possibility of doing in-person bookstore talks again...and I am beginning with one at the Barnes and Noble in Seattle...

A Very Pleasant Heat Wave

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Although the term heatwave has recently become a word that provokes fear and anxiety, a short, moderate heat wave can be very pleasant.A time...

Cliff Mass Weather Blog: Northwest Weather: Darkest Before the Dawn

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 It is a well-known aphorism that it is always darkest before the dawn.   And this wisdom may prove particularly applicable to the weather situation...

All in My New Podcast

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 Several of the rivers in and around Yellowstone Park experienced record-breaking flows this week and my podcast today tells the story.   And I also...

Cliff Mass Weather Blog: Sun Dog

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Even the sun can have a pet:  the sundog.  And last week, as high clouds streamed in overhead, a good example of this feature was...

FINALLY. U.S. Drought Monitor Drops Severe Drought For Washington State

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The reality on the ground has finally started to change the minds of the U.S Drought Monitor folks.Until this week, the NOAA/US Department of...

One of the Wettest Springs in Northwest History is Getting Wetter

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This spring is really shaping up to be remarkable.   Remarkably wet that is.   A wet April, a very wet May.  And it's not over.  Today...
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