Tim Joyce, Q13 FOX News

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Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Tim:

Historic Heat Wave washes over the Pacific NW

Puget Sound lowlands will be several degrees warmer than yesterday with most of us getting to near 90. Tomorrow we will start our ascent into the really hot weather by the weekend. Friday looks to be up in the 85 to 90° range. The NWS has issued an Excessive Heat Warning which we are under until Monday evening. The Q13 weather team has issued Weather Alert Days for Sat/Sun/Mon. → Read More

Beating the heat: Hot weather do's and don'ts

Washington state is headed for record temperatures this weekend, with some days reaching triple digits. → Read More

Historic NW heat wave is almost here

Yesterday a very comfortable day with highs in the mid 70s. This morning, some marine layer clouds have advanced a bit inland, but not as far as yesterday morning. Any morning clouds will break for afternoon sunshine. As a result Puget Sound lowlands will be several degrees warmer than yesterday with most of us getting into the 80s. → Read More

Coming June heat wave looks to shatter some all-time records

Today is the calm before a huge warm up that will likely shatter all sorts of heat records around the region. → Read More

Briefly cooler before dangerous heat returns to the PNW

We've got some relief from the summer heat, but it will be short lived. → Read More

Hottest day of 2021 (so far)

Today is the first full day of summer and it will sure feel like it! Highs warmer than yesterday’s 81 at SeaTac by 5-6 degrees. I’m forecasting 87 for Seattle today. The number to beat in the record book at SeaTac Int'l today is 89. South of Seattle and some foothills communities will likely end up hitting at or near 90. The number to beat at the Olympia Airport in Tumwater. → Read More

Here comes summer (heat)! Temps soaring soon in the NW

Summer getting a head start here in the Pacific Northwest this year. Yesterday 1° shy of 80, Today will be close to the same. Just enough onshore flow off the cool Pacific Ocean should keep us in the 75-80 range for today and the last full day of spring on Saturday. → Read More

Weather Alert Day for afternoon chance of thunderstorms

10am UPDATE-- We're starting to see the juicy atmosphere fire off some thunderstorms. As of this update, they're down in Central Oregon, but for a huge chunk of territory we'll see unstable air pair up with today's peak daytime heating. The area highlighted in the darker color is where there's a marginal chance of thunderstorms across NE Oregon and into Idaho. A slight chance of thunderstorms… → Read More

Soggy start to last week of spring

After our wettest day in Seattle since our February snowstorm-- we're still tracking two areas of circulation in the trough that's affecting the Pacific NW for the beginning of this week. They'll keep our weather active today and tomorrow with showers and a very slight chance of an isolated t-storm. We should be out of the showers and sun regimen by Wednesday afternoon and much warmer as we wrap… → Read More

Warmer, wetter and muggier weather ahead

Clouds rolled in late yesterday and will be with us most of the day today. But a lot of the incoming front that will mostly stay off shore-- but we could get a bit of wet commute for an hour or so with some light steady rain around the Central Puget Sound for an hour or so. By the afternoon we'll be mostly cloudy with some on/off showers. Today will be the chilliest day of the next 7 with highs… → Read More

Soggier but warmer weather by the weekend

We’re still under the influence of a dip in the jet stream called a trough. While we've got one weather system down in Oregon that will be working east-- we've got another one heading our way that will deliver some soggier weather for tomorrow and likely late Sunday too. → Read More

Persistently pleasant with a few afternoon showers

We’re still under the influence of a dip in the jet stream called a trough. It’s delivering pretty benign weather with pleasant mornings and enough afternoon atmospheric lift to bring a few showers later in the day—but even those will hang mostly in the mountains/foothills and along the coast. → Read More

(Much needed) spring showers for the week ahead

That active soggy weather system is moving across Western WA this morning. Bands of moderate to light rain moving across parts of Puget Sound will keep the first part of the commute pretty wet and chilly with temps in the 40s. Snow levels could be low enough to deliver some snowflakes to 4K feet, the elevation roughly of Stevens Pass, but not much will stick. Can’t rule out an isolated small… → Read More

First raindrops of June ahead for the weekend

I hope you enjoyed your dose of early summer! Yesterday another warm day 75 at SeaTac. But that warm weather is moving off to the east to roast the Great Plains and Midwest. We've got some weekend showers heading into our region starting as soon as tonight. → Read More

Heating things up to start off June

High pressure and control for the next few days the temperatures will be between 80 and 85° for most of us around Puget sound. It will be that hot further inland. Today we'll have a Heat Advisory for areas in Central and Eastern WA with temps getting even hotter for this area into Wed/Thu. Some spots like the Tri-Cities could end up having temps near 107 on Thursday. → Read More

Magnificent Memorial Day as the NW sees summer-like temps

We'll see some filtered sunshine through the high clouds and highs in the 75-80 range. Memorial Day is usually the soggiest and coolest of our three “summer” holiday weekends-- but not this year. We’ll be flirting with 80 the next several days thanks to high pressure building into the region. → Read More

Weekend weather whiplash as we jump to summer-like temps

Lingering showers in a few spots this morning. Today we'll be a lot like yesterday as we warm up a bit more than yesterday's soggy high temps near 60. But, big changes as we get to what will end up being the longest stretch of warmth we've seen so far this year. With highs getting to near 80 on Sunday that will last for Memorial Day and several days beyond. → Read More

Weather Alert Day for soaking Thursday rains

Tracking incoming rain which will be heavy at times this morning. Breezy this morning, but winds pick up this afternoon out of the SW 15-20 mph with gusts around 30 for the Central & South Sound. Gusts to 40 for North Sound and coast. Rain totals will likely be between a half inch to an inch for the next 24 hours— certainly the wettest weather system we’ve had in several months. → Read More

How to catch the Super Blood Flower Moon tonight

Happy lunar eclipse! → Read More

Rain at times this week, but improvements arrive for Memorial Day weekend

We've got two weather systems moving through this week-- at the beginning and the end-- that will deliver some much-needed light spring rain at times with a nice mid-week break on Wednesday. A warmer and dryer weather pattern looks to build in late Friday just in time for our upcoming holiday weekend. → Read More