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JUNE 16, 1997

Local News

weather report

Northshore & Lower Snoqualmie Weather Report


Tuesday, June 17 - Sunday, June 22, 1997

weather report by Meteorologist Larry Schick

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Forecast: Cooler and wet, some recovery for the weekend. The storm track will be aimed at Washington the next few days. That will keep us a little wet at times and temperatures below normal. Some drying later in the week. The weekend will try to get back to normal, with at least a little more sun, and less chance of rain.

Weather Question of the Week: Is twilight extra long this time of year?

Answer: Not only are the days longer this time of year, but the twilight is the longest. Twilight is the time between sunset and the last bit of light in the sky. Twilight is as long as two hours this time of year at this latitude. Most people are surprised to find out winter has the second longest twilight and the fall and spring are the shortest.