Thursday/ soaked

It has been a good day for pluviophiles: it rained all day around Puget Sound. We had recorded 1.58 in. by early evening here in the city, says NWS Seattle @NWSSeattle on Twitter. 

Update Fri 10/29: The final numbers are in. For Sea-Tac, it was a daily record-setting reading of 1.99 in. on Thursday. It was the wettest October day since the all-time wettest day in Seattle history (5.02 in. on Oct. 20th, 2003).

Here’s the view from the WashDOT camera over the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, today. The pair of suspension bridges connect the city of Tacoma with the Kitsap Peninsula, and carry State Route 16 over a strait in Puget Sound.

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