Gordon Beach No.2


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4 Responses to “Gordon Beach No.2”

  1. Dennis the Vizsla Says:

    Very nice. I do have a thing for beaches in winter!

  2. The Necromancer Says:

    Thank! Yeah, in the summer the light kind of just blanches everything. This time of year you get clouds, weird light, and a general tempestuousness. :)

  3. idebenone Says:

    Weather Synopsis from the National Weather Service For Tuesday into Friday Wind: With the track of these storms mainly into Vancouver Island from the southwest, the windiest areas will be the coast, and the north interior of western Washington from Whidbey Island northward, although all of western Washington will have at least periods of breezy winds through Friday. Strong winds will develop again along the coast and over the north interior Tuesday, again Wednesday and then Thursday night into Friday. Sustained winds could reach 25 to 35 mph with gusts from 45 to 55 mph in the windiest areas, and 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph elsewhere. High Surf: These storms have stirred up the Pacific Ocean. Surf up to 24 feet tonight is expected to subside to some degree down into the 10 to 15 foot range Tuesday. This active surf is expected into the weekend with more weather moving ashore from the eastern Pacific. Rain: Two to five inches of rain has already fallen over the Washington Coast, the Olympics, the Willapa Hills and the Cascades from Sunday afternoon through Monday, with up to two inches or so of rain elsewhere in western Washington. The rainfall has produced rapid rises along several southwest Washington rivers, with flood warnings up for the Skokomish, Satsop, Newaukum, and Chehalis rivers. In addition, many smaller streams have risen. Drainage systems have struggled to keep up with the runoff as well. With today’s system moving inland this afternoon, rainfall should ease and permit drainage systems and responding crews to catch up. This surge of rainfall has saturated soils. The threat of landslides will continue for at least the next several days.

  4. The Necromancer Says:

    The above comment is the first example of spam I’ve ever seen in the form of a weather forecast. So I decided to keep it!

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