A monster low-pressure system spun off Typhoon Songa is churning across the Pacific toward the Northwest, carrying heavy rain and powerful winds forecasted for Saturday.
A monster low-pressure system spun off Typhoon Songa is churning across the Pacific toward the Northwest, carrying heavy rain and powerful winds forecasted for Saturday. The Weather Channel
A monster low-pressure system spun off Typhoon Songa is churning across the Pacific toward the Northwest, carrying heavy rain and powerful winds forecasted for Saturday. The Weather Channel

Winds pick up as twin storms roar toward Western Washington

October 13, 2016 07:35 AM

UPDATED October 14, 2016 02:18 PM

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