Seattle’s spring continues with coldest May 12 in 23 years

Temperatures peaked at 51 degrees Thursday at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, breaking the record for the coldest May 12 in Seattle, according to the National Weather Service.

The city’s previous record was set in 1999 when May 12 logged a 53-degree day.

It’s official. Yesterday’s high temp in #Seattle was the normal high temperature for February 16th….

and here are morning temps today. 🤦‍♂️#wawx #pnw #spring #winter

— Jake Whittenberg 🎥📺🇺🇸 (@jwhittenbergK5) May 13, 2022

“It looks like it will remain cool and wet for the rest of the month. June and July are also forecasted to be cool but with near-normal precipitation,” said Scott Pattee, the Water

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