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Seattle's "wild" weather week and what it means for summer

We’ve flipped the calendar, and an atmospheric river this week gave us a windy, rainy welcome to June-uary.

Don’t fret sun lovers, the National Weather Services says things are going to warm up…

But with that heat also comes drought, wildfires and smoke.

Deputy State Climatologist Karin Bumbaco is here to talk about this week’s weird weather pattern, and what it means for summer.

Washington Dept. of Health Smoke Resources:

Washington State Smoke Blog:

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