Repeated dousing of puddled rainwater on vegetation on the side of Ruston Way in Tacoma resulted in natural ice sculptures during the recent run of cold weather. “Things are going to be warming up here,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Johnny Berg. But it’s going to be wet and windy, too. Up to an inch of rain is expected Monday with winds up to 30 mph in the morning, according to the Weather Service.
Repeated dousing of puddled rainwater on vegetation on the side of Ruston Way in Tacoma resulted in natural ice sculptures during the recent run of cold weather. “Things are going to be warming up here,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Johnny Berg. But it’s going to be wet and windy, too. Up to an inch of rain is expected Monday with winds up to 30 mph in the morning, according to the Weather Service. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
Repeated dousing of puddled rainwater on vegetation on the side of Ruston Way in Tacoma resulted in natural ice sculptures during the recent run of cold weather. “Things are going to be warming up here,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Johnny Berg. But it’s going to be wet and windy, too. Up to an inch of rain is expected Monday with winds up to 30 mph in the morning, according to the Weather Service. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

Warmer, windy, wet weather awaits this week

December 19, 2016 06:00 AM

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