Strong spring storm system specifically scheduled to slam Silverdale (and surrounding areas)March 18th, 2013 by Matthew Leach
Photo by: Larry Steagall, November 2012 (Olympic College, Bremerton)
Let’s just start off by saying I have no idea why I gave into temptation and turned this blog title into an alliteration, but I hope you enjoyed it nonetheless
And I also hope you understand this storm system will be a whole lot more inclusive than just targeting Silverdale, as fun a forecast as that would be.
Did you remember Wednesday is the first day of spring? Well, I’m not sure it would make any difference if you remembered or not, because it sure as heck won’t feel like it. In fact, 24 hour rainfall totals indicate quite the deluge of rain by Wednesday evening. See for yourself!
That’s a little over an inch of rain for a good chunk of the peninsula. Also, add a good 15-25 mph breeze throughout the day, and we’ve got our selves a special spring storm! We’ll continue to struggle in the temperature department, with highs barely reaching 50.
Showery and cool weather continues through the work week with sunbreaks finally showing up in greater abundance as we approach the weekend.
Have a fantastic day out there! Oh yes, and if you have any stunning scenes specially snapped from your snazzy cameras, I’d love to see them and post them on the blog My e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org