You itching yet?
Not only is weed legal, duh, but this year’s La Niña conditions are ready to go go go. Seattle is even bracing for a weekend dump and if that don’t make you want to purchase a one-way on Alaska Air then you are not the hound I thought you were.
But if you needed extra pushing let’s tuck into Western Washington’s home for Seattle Seahawk football King 5:
Snow clouds are on the horizon for the second half of the winter in the Western Washington with a La Nina-generated potential for lowland snow sticking for the first time in four years.
KING 5 Meteorologist Rich Marriott sees the season setting up much like it did in the winter of 2008 and 2009. A “snowmageddon” lasted weeks that winter which paralyzed much of Seattle. The city’s reaction to it is credited for costing then-Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels his job.
Data from the National Climate Prediction Center shows colder-than-normal temperatures along with high precipitation levels forecast for January, February and March. November, December and January show equal chances of above or below temperatures for the region.
That sounds like a guarantee if I ever heard one. So buy your Alaska Air ticket to either Seattle or Acapulco to get your nose buried in pow.