Weather With Cliff Mass show

Weather With Cliff Mass

Summary: University of Washington Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and renowned Seattle weather prognosticator/personality Cliff Mass has joined KNKX’s roster of commentators. "Weather with Cliff Mass", our five-minute feature hosted by KNKX's environment reporter Bellamy Pailthorp, airs every Friday at 9 a.m. following "BirdNote", and repeats twice on Friday afternoons during All Things Considered.


 Take A Walk Today; This November's Record Warmth To End On Saturday | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 318

Get outdoors and enjoy the weather on Friday, if you can. It’s expected to be the last day of a remarkable, record-setting string of unseasonably warm days. In fact, knkx weather expert Cliff Mass says we are experiencing the warmest early November period in the history of the Northwest. This month Seattle has experienced eight days with temperatures of 60 degrees or higher — an all-time record. And Seattle charted a record high of 70 degrees on Election Day. “That was the latest into the fall

 One More Day Of Extraordinary Autumn Warmth, Then The Rain Returns | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 293

Thursday and Friday brought exceptionally warm weather and sunny skies to many places around the Northwest. But they won’t last through the weekend, says knkx weather expert Cliff Mass. On Thursday, temperatures reached the mid-60s throughout much of Puget Sound. “Pretty warm,” Mass said of the abnormal pattern. “September temperatures, not November temperatures.” He says Friday will be another very warm day. “I expect Seattle to get to 63-65; lots of sun during the morning and maybe just some

 Expect A Soggy Halloween As The Northwest Breaks October Rain Records | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 301

A break in the showers for much of Friday won’t stop Seattle from busting through the all-time record for rainfall in October. Heavy rain all around the Northwest over the past couple of weeks had many locations already charting unprecedented levels, says knkx weather expert Cliff Mass. And more wet is on the way. Sea-Tac Will Chart Record Rain This Weekend “Seattle is very, very close to beating its all-time record, which is 8.96 inches. That was in 2003 —for Sea-Tac. And right now we’re about

 Rain Subsiding This Weekend, But Seattle Headed For Record-Wet October | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 312

Showers are in the forecast for Western Washington this weekend. But knkx weather expert Cliff Mass says the relatively minor precipitation expected marks a break in what has been a remarkably rainy October so far. “I should stress how wet it has been. The last two weeks have been extraordinary,” he said. “A number of places in the lowlands have gotten five to six inches – some more – and the mountains have gotten hit by five to 10 inches. You know, a lot of rain!” Mass says this means there is

 Powerful Saturday Storm Headed For Already Wet Seattle Could Make History | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 349

Wet, stormy weather pounded Western Washington Friday morning, with heavy rain and winds gusting from 20- 30 mph in the Puget Sound region, taking out power for several thousand residents, especially along the coast. Oregon was hit even harder.

 Get Ready For Wet: First Major Fall Storms Hitting The Northwest This Weekend | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 362

As Hurricane Matthew bore down on the East Coast, the first major storm of the season was hitting Western Washington. They’re not connected meteorologically, but knkx weather commentator Cliff Mass says the weather here was still quite intense on Thursday night and more will be coming in this weekend.

 Improving Trend With Sunbreaks, Warming Temps And ‘Glorious Monday’ Ahead | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 303

Fall got off to a damp and cloudy start in the Pacific Northwest on Friday. But knkx weather expert Cliff Mass says he expects “a nice fall weekend” ahead with plenty of sun, warming temps and an especially sunny flourish on Monday. Mass says a weak Pacific front was moving in Friday morning “and it’s kind of getting split apart, so we’ll have clouds over most of the region, showers along the coast, in the Cascades and in the South Sound, but only a few sprinkles around Puget Sound because we’ll

 One Last Day Of Clear Skies And Sunshine, Then Big Rain Ahead | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 304

Enjoy one last day of summer-like weather in the Puget Sound region on Friday, but brace yourselves for a big change on Saturday. Knkx weather expert Cliff Mass says the wettest weekend of the summer is on its way. And it will remain rainy and cool for the foreseeable future.

 Northwest Summer Conditions Still Intact: Lots Of Sun And Mostly Dry, Warm Week Ahead | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 323

School may have started for most kids in the Northwest, but the clear skies and warmth of late summer are still in play. Expect mostly sunny and dry conditions for most of this weekend, says knkx weather expert Cliff Mass. And then it gets even better as we enter next week. “The weekend will have a little bit of clouds, but next weekend should be really very nice,” Mass said. Clear Skies Friday Afternoon On Friday, he says temperatures will get up into the lower- to mid-70s, with some clouds in


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