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PHOTOS: Taking a moment to enjoy fall

October 25th, 2012 by Matthew Leach

Yes, I will be the first one to admit it: the weather has been kind of slow around here. Oh sure, it’s nice to have the rain back and all, but wow I could’ve slept through this past week and not missed a thing weather-wise! :) Despite rain every day in the forecast, there are some lovely fall colors out there that need to be taken advantage of before November rolls around! We all know what Western Washington’s November weather pattern is like!

Because of the nasty weather, how about I invite you to enjoy the fall foliage from the comfort of your home. All of these pictures actually come from my Dad, Greg Leach, who has recently taken photography as a hobby.

At a cemetery in Gig Harbor

Wright Park, Tacoma

After a rain shower, Silverdale

Ridgetop, Silverdale

Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma

Isn’t the autumn season just great? Thanks Dad for the pictures! Do you have any pictures you’d like featured in the blog? Just shoot me an e-mail at:

As for the forecast, I’m keeping my eyes on a potentially heavy rain event on the 29th. Remember when I alluded to this a few days ago? Yeah, it still looks like apart of the plan. I’ll keep you updated on the potential and we’ll also revisit the Halloween forecast :)

Until then, have a great day! Stay dry and warm,

Matthew Leach

Forecasting Kitsap

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4 Responses to “PHOTOS: Taking a moment to enjoy fall”

  1. shawn Says:

    Excellent photos! I have really been slacking taking pics.

    I am sort of waiting for some decent snow on the Olympics.

  2. Ron Says:

    We have Sandy to watch unfolding it’s drama on the east coast. Set your tv dial to THC and key your weather apps on the nor’east. I would like to see it head out to the Atlantlic because of the potential risk to the election.

  3. Ron Says:

    Oops. Great dramatic pictures by your father. He captures the subject so well.

  4. Ron Says:

    Worst case scenario would be Sandy entering Verrazno passage into the Hudson. Imagine the evacuation and the resultant storm surge.

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