Seattle area sets record for wettest fall season on record with more rain on the way

As wet weather persists across the region, the Seattle area has officially set an all-time record for fall rain.

Puget Sound region’s year of record-breaking weather continues

According to the National Weather Service, Sea-Tac Airport — where the NWS measures rain for the Seattle area — has officially gotten over 19 inches of rain between September and November, over half of which fell in the latter month.

Rainfall for meteorological fall in Seattle has surpassed 19″ – a new record.

Contributions by month this year:
Sept. 15.9%
Oct. 30.3%
Nov. 53.8%

Contributions by month in prev. record (18.61″ in 2006):
Sept. 7.7%
Oct. 8.3%
Nov. 84%

Novembers wet reputation lives on. #wawx

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