If you are into information dense weather projections of the PNW, go put some popcorn in the microwave because this 37 minute presentation by climatologist Nick Bond is intense.
Topics covered include probable seasonal mean anomalies in temperature and precipitation and tendencies related to episodic events such as floods and windstorms. Not a bad idea to watch this with a notebook and pen.
Nick bond – Climatologist
State Climatologist, is a senior research scientist with the Joint Institute for the Study of Atmosphere and Ocean (JISAO) of the University of Washington (UW) and also is an affiliate associate professor with the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at UW. His research is on a broad range of topics with a focus on the weather and climate of the Pacific Northwest, and the linkages between the climate and marine ecosystems of the North Pacific. He has a PhD in Atmospheric Sciences from the UW.