WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Breezy day with downed tree, toilet; Frost Advisory for tomorrow

11:29 AM: On this breezy Saturday, with wind out of the north up to 25 mph, readers have sent these two sightings – above, from Julie, a fallen tree in Schmitz Park, “blocking the trail that leads up to Hinds Street”; below, via text, a toppled toilet at Alki Beach:

The forecast says it’ll stay breezy most of the weekend. The alert for tomorrow, meantime, has changed to a Frost Advisory, 2 am-10 am Sunday, with the morning low possibly dipping into the upper 20s.

P.S. Both of the above are an example of what you can also call in to the Seattle Parks maintenance line to be sure they know too – 206-684-7250.

ADDED 1:50 PM: One more breezy scene – Jerry Simmons caught a kiteboarder off Alki:

3 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Breezy day with downed tree, toilet; Frost Advisory for tomorrow"

  • salal October 24, 2020 (5:36 pm)

    That north wind is blowing a horrible toxic stink out of nucor all over north delridge this afternoon. Smells like tires burning. How do they get away with all that air and noise pollution? Must be the recycle symbol on the building 

  • valvashon October 25, 2020 (9:53 am)

    Instead of just taking a picture of this downed Honey Bucket, you could have checked to see if it was occupied or not.  None of my friends actually believe I’m in here because I’m a bit of a prankster.  Now my battery is running low and even my mom is letting my calls go to voicemail.  If you, anonymous WSB texter, could come back down here and tip this thing back upright (since you know exactly where it is) I’d much appreciate it.  Feel free to bring a wet washcloth, too.  TIA.

    • gull October 25, 2020 (10:22 pm)

      Lol, must have been cold in there. hope you were rescued before hypothermia set in ;)

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