Seattle is famous (or is it infamous?) for our weather. The average yearly rainfall in Seattle is about 36 inches, which, surprisingly is actually less than both New York City and Washington DC. However, when most people think of Seattle they imagine cool, drizzly days. And they wouldn’t be wrong.
This week we’ve experienced what I like to call Snow Panic. As a tremendously hilly city, ice and snow can turn us into one giant metropolitan hazard. Businesses have temporarily shut down, people are working from home, and the airport even closed for awhile this morning. Read more