West Seattle New Year’s Eve forecast: Brrrr

Been outside tonight? All we can say is, brrrr. It’s in the 20s and the car tops were icing over by 9 pm. On the other hand, great stargazing. And according to the National Weather Service, this is what you can expect tomorrow night, too – so if you’ll be outside watching the Space Needle fireworks from West Seattle shores, or anyplace else outdoors, make sure your NYE fashion choice includes major insulation. (And if you’re still looking around to see what’s happening, remember our list – ranging from bar parties to church services.)

ADDED 12:15 AM: Our partners at the Seattle Times have published a preview with some behind-the-scenes info about the eight-minute Needle fireworks.

3 Replies to "West Seattle New Year's Eve forecast: Brrrr"

  • clark5080 December 30, 2010 (10:55 pm)

    Just wondering if someone could comment on how many people usually show up to watch the fireworks near the boat lanuch? What time do you have to be there to get a spot?

  • Jeanine and Dick December 31, 2010 (8:28 pm)

    We were just walking back from dinner in the Admiral District and 6 police cars with sirens and lights going went screaming west on Admiral Way. Does anyone know what’s going on?

    • WSB December 31, 2010 (8:30 pm)

      There was some kind of incident in the apartment building near Bar-S. It’s under control, one in custody, guy slightly injured.

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