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Keeping an eye on the weather in Longbranch

The rain has finally stopped — for now.

Early morning mist drifted over Drayton’s Passage as sunlight attempts to break through. The weather geeks say our high today will top out just under 70 degrees. 69 more words


A Longbranch monsoon, a senescent summer sunset

We just got a preview of this week’s weather.

The deluge lasted for only a minute, but it sure felt like the monsoon sashaying into a room. 152 more words


Remembering disco hit 'September'; autumn marks Key Peninsula Farm Tour

Do you remember the 21st night of September?
Love was changing the minds of pretenders
While chasing the clouds away

Our hearts were ringing
In the key that our souls were singing. 259 more words


Post the Ninety-First: A Surprise Engagement

When Miss H invited me to her birthday function, I was a little trepidatious, Gentle Reader. Her brother and his girlfriend, Emilly – though once very dear friends of mine – are no longer on speaking terms with me; we haven’t seen one another for roughly two years. 494 more words


Miracle in Purdy: Tides stun Seahawks 30-29 in Fish Bowl

Gig Harbor students’ joy simply spilled over.

The four-foot chain link fence at Roy Anderson Field Friday night could not contain their celebration.

The Tide’s miracle comeback in the 36th edition of the Fish Bowl was too much. 428 more words

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Hello sunshine, goodbye storm

Well, hello sunshine.

Here is how the weather super geek Cliff Mass characterized Tuesday night’s stormy turn:

“Tuesday’s convergence zone was a vigorous one with torrential rain, lightning, local flooding, and blackouts for thousands of customers, particularly in Seattle.” 103 more words