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Currently in Seattle — November 21, 2023: Partly sunny, afternoon rain and your mountain passes forecast
Plus, here's how to register for Currently's new weather service.
The weather, currently.
Partly sunny. Chance of rain after 3 p.m.
Tuesday continues our stretch of relatively dry weather. We should have some sun and clouds bringing a little drama to the day, and a chance of rain picks up around 3 p.m. and overnight into Wednesday.
The high will bump up to a balmy 52 degrees, but there will still be plenty of moisture in the air to keep a chill on things. That damp cold, y’know?
Keeping an eye on the passes for holiday travel or adventures? Snoqualmie is expected to get a bit of cold rain and fog on Tuesday and a touch of snow on Wednesday, but Thursday is looking clear. Steven’s looks pretty good on Tuesday, with a bit of rain and snow possible on Wednesday.
What you need to know, currently.
We’re out of time for 1.5°C. I’m not sure what else to say. 💔
The Broken Record of countries' climate pledges not delivering on the emissions reductions we need.
Read the latest @UNEP#EmissionsGap report
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— Joeri Rogelj (@JoeriRogelj)
Nov 20, 2023
What you can do, currently.
Everyone deserves to thrive. Everyone is worthy of a better world. That’s why we’re building a weather service for the climate emergency.
Currently’s new weather service is now live. In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll be continually adding more features and opening up more slots as we develop the service.
But for now, space is limited in the weather service because I want to make sure we can provide the highest quality service we possibly can while we work to refine the system with your input.
If you’d like to put your name on the waiting list, be sure to fill out our baseline survey if you haven’t already which will hold your spot in line.
Our goal — as always — is to co-create the most personalized, most informative weather service that exists. And, above all, to make this service accessible, equitable, and resilient enough to bring safety and joy to the climate emergency.