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November 27, 2006

Rains All the Time?

For all the fame of the rain in this soggy city, conversations about climate often lead to local defensiveness: Seattle, which averages about 38 inches of rain annually, is far from the country’s wettest big city. Atlanta, Boston, Houston, Miami and New York are just some of the others that get more rain.
—New York Times byline – SEATTLE, Nov. 26

Source: New York Times article Seattle Journal: City That Takes Rain in Stride Puts on Hip Boots published Monday, November 26, 2006. [Requires registration.]
See also: Rains All the Time: A Connoisseur's History of Weather in the Pacific Northwest by David Laskin Sasquatch Books June 1997 ISBN: 1570610630

Posted by niganit at November 27, 2006 8:53 AM
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