(Photo added 3:07 pm, with clouds moving back in)
Noticed that the Olympic Mountains are visible today from areas of West Seattle with a west/northwest view, but it’s something of an unusual view – their peaks are barely snowcapped. In case you wondered about it too, we’re sharing the link we found, from the Peninsula Daily News in Port Angeles – reporting that the Olympics’ snowpack is far below normal, compared to this time last year, when it was twice normal. The PDN report says the Cascades are doing better, but not by much.
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