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RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE
437 AM PDT FRI JUN 10 2022

...RECORD JUNE 9TH MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT SEVERAL LOCATIONS 
YESTERDAY...

HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS THE REGION LED TO NEW MAXIMUM RAINFALL 
RECORDS FOR THE DATE BEING SET YESTERDAY AT ALL SIX CLIMATE SITES. 

                         JUNE 9TH         PREVIOUS    (YEAR
LOCATION                 RAINFALL         RECORD       LAST SET)

SEATTLE-TACOMA AIRPORT   1.10 INCHES      0.72 INCHES (1993)
SEATTLE WFO              1.03 INCHES      0.50 INCHES (1993)
OLYMPIA AIRPORT          1.16 INCHES      0.80 INCHES (2020)
BELLINGHAM AIRPORT       1.05 INCHES      0.89 INCHES (1956)
QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT       1.48 INCHES      1.44 INCHES (1993)
HOQUIAM AIRPORT          1.61 INCHES      1.44 INCHES (1993)


THIS HEAVY RAINFALL ALSO RESULTED IN YESTERDAY RANKING AMONG THE TOP 
15 WETTEST JUNE DAYS ON RECORD AT EACH OF THE CLIMATE SITES.

LOCATION                 RAINFALL         RANK         RECORDS
                                                       BEGAN
SEATTLE-TACOMA AIRPORT   1.10 INCHES      6TH          1945
SEATTLE WFO/CITY         1.03 INCHES      11TH-TIED    1894 
OLYMPIA AIRPORT          1.16 INCHES      4TH-TIED     1941
BELLINGHAM AIRPORT       1.05 INCHES      6TH          1949
QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT       1.48 INCHES      11TH-TIED    1967
HOQUIAM AIRPORT          1.61 INCHES      4TH          1953  


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