Weather With Cliff Mass University of Washington Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and renowned Seattle weather prognosticator/personality Cliff Mass has joined KNKX's roster of commentators.
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Get Ready For More Rain As Huge Atmospheric River Is Set To Hit Puget Sound Region, Again

Stormy weather that took out power for tens of thousands of residents in the Pacific Northwest this week made national headlines as The W ashington Post commented on the fascinating "river in the sky" that has been dumping rain on the region.

Get Ready For More Rain As Huge Atmospheric River Is Set To Hit Puget Sound Region, Again

Sunshine Will Break Through Northwest Clouds For At Least One Day This Weekend

If the cool and cloudy weather that's been dominating in the Puget Sound region this week has got you down, hang in there. KNKX weather expert Cliff Mass says the weekend forecast is "improving" and there will be a fair amount of sun poking through, especially on Sunday.

Sunshine Will Break Through Northwest Clouds For At Least One Day This Weekend

Morning Temps Dropping As Showery Fall Weather Takes Hold In Western Washington

An abundance of crisp blue skies have ushered in a relatively dry start to fall this year in the Pacific Northwest, providing a stunning backdrop as the leaves begin to turn. Some sunnier afternoons allowed folks to keep wearing their shorts and sandals. But KNKX weather expert Cliff Mass says there are some sure signs of autumn.

Morning Temps Dropping As Showery Fall Weather Takes Hold In Western Washington

Mini Heat Wave Ends, Western Washington Suddenly Transitions To Cool Fall

Seattle saw the mercury hit 86 degrees on Thursday, breaking another daily heat record as people all over the Puget Sound region donned their shorts and sandals and experienced one last taste of summer-like weather.

Mini Heat Wave Ends, Western Washington Suddenly Transitions To Cool Fall

Fall Begins After Driest And Warmest Summer Ever Recorded At Sea-Tac

Residents of the greater Puget Sound region have already been feeling the transition to fall with a shift down to lower temps and more clouds last week. But Friday marks the official end of summer, with the autumnal equinox on the calendar.

Dry Spell Coming To An End As Rain And Cool Temperatures Return

Fall doesn't technically start until Sept. 21, but it's arriving early this year as a front moves into the region this weekend. KNKX weather expert Cliff mass says it'll bring cooler temperatures and rain. "We've had this run of dry weather that extended out for months. Temperatures have been above normal. We've even had smoke and ash," Mass said. "But everything's going to change this weekend." Temperatures will plummet on Sunday with highs only in the low 60s. It'll look about the same on

Worst Of Smoke Is Over As Cooler Air Moves In To Western Washington

The eerie tinge to the air that deposited showers of ash in many areas of the Puget Sound region Tuesday seems to be subsiding. KNKX weather expert Cliff Mass says the worst of the smoky skies is over, pushed out by the approach of an upper level trough and cooler air moving in from the ocean.

Northwest's Record Hot Summer Continues Into Labor Day Weekend

It's been a hot summer in the Pacific Northwest, and this Labor Day weekend won't change that trend at all. "It's going to be warm and dry," says KNKX weather expert Cliff Mass, who teaches atmospheric sciences at the University of Washington.

Nothing But Sunshine In The Forecast – And Likely A Record-Breaking Dry Summer

Lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures are in the forecast all over the Puget Sound region. Once again, the mantra is "no rain." And if you've been feeling like this has been a very dry summer – you're right. KNKX weather expert Cliff Mass says he's sure we'll at least tie the record for the driest summer in Seattle history, going all the way back to 1914.

Nothing But Sunshine In The Forecast – And Likely A Record-Breaking Dry Summer

Great Weather For Monday's Eclipse And The Northwest Is The Place To See It

Cloudy weather and milder temperatures have come back to the Puget Sound region recently. We'll have partly cloudy skies, no rain and temperatures in the mid-70s this weekend. But come Monday, skies will clear over most of the region, just in time for the total eclipse.

Great Weather For Monday's Eclipse And The Northwest Is The Place To See It

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