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Rebecca Stevenson

Seattle, WA
Meteorologist — KCPQ-TV (Seattle, WA)
As seen in: KCPQ-TV (Seattle, WA)
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Weather is my business and business is good. Meteorologist. NYC to Seattle. KCPQ. FB

Meteorologist, Mornings, Q13 Fox KCPQ, SEATTLE, WA
NYC Al Jazeera America June 2013.- June 2015 Manhattan, New York. SEATTLE Completed 5 years as Chief meteorologist: Kiro7 Seattle. Campaigned for Doppler radar and gained exclusive coverage of new NWS Doppler on WA coast. Acted as station diplomat for visiting scientists and encouraging education.
8 years prior: meteorologist King5, NWCN.
Completed educational and experience standards for AMS and NWA seals, active member ...

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Western Washington is on track for the wettest October on record! — SEATTLE -- This month has been rainy. Very rainy. Like record-shattering rainy. Heavy rain in the last 48 hours has just added to what could be the wettest October on Record! "Remember October 2003? We saw our WETTEST DAY EVER!" said Q13 chief meteorologist Walter Kelley.

Why wasn’t Saturday’s windstorm as strong as initially thought? (VIDEO) — SEATTLE -- Forecasters expected Saturday's Pacific Northwest windstorm to be a severe weather event with damaging winds. And while many of us saw high winds and drenching rains, the storm did not pack the punch meteorologists expected. Peak wind gusts Saturday were high across the region: 53mph at Quillayute, 51mph at Hoquiam with record daily rain 2.11″.

VIDEO: Q13 Meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson has your Seahawks gameday forecast

High winds, rain lash Pacific Northwest: Not as powerful as predicted, but still packed a punch — High winds and rain whipped Oregon and Washington Saturday, downing trees and wires, causing flooding and knocking out power for tens of thousands of customers in the coastal regions of the Pacific Northwest. The fierce storm spawned by Typhoon Songda caused thousands of power outages.

Strong winds, rain pound Western Washington; downed trees knock out power — Strong winds and rain continue to pound the Pacific Northwest -- knocking down trees, blocking roads and causing power outages. Q13 News' team of meteorologists is tracking the storms and getting you prepared for Saturday's storm which is expected to be much stronger, bringing drenching rains and damaging winds.

VIDEO: Q13 Meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson tracks the next storm

Forecast: A ‘one-two punch’ of storms brings risk of river flooding, power outages — SEATTLE -- The rain is already here and the wind is on its way. We've already seen scattered power outages from Bellingham to Olympia, and downed trees are a major concern. Q13 Meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson says as of 5 a.m. Thursday, the rain gauge at Shelton had 0.92" and at 8 a.m.

First of three storms dumps rain on Western Washington; high wind warning tonight — SEATTLE -- The first of three storms headed for the Pacific Northwest arrived overnight bringing soaking rains. Forecasters say high winds will be added to the equation starting Thursday night. Thursday will be wet for everyone, with over an inch for the metro area, Q13 Meteorologist Walter Kelley says.

Series of powerful storms to slam western Washington: Crews preparing for flooding, power outages — SEATTLE -- Strong wind, heavy rain and possibly flooding could impact western Washington for the next several days. Q13 meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson says the rain will move in Thursday. We're expecting three straight days of sustained winds of 20 mph with much stronger gusts.

Heat advisory, fire weather warning issued for much of Western Washington — SEATTLE -- A Heat Advisory over a large portion of western Washington signals warm overnight low temperatures and daytime highs in the upper 80s to low 90s through Friday. Quillayute set a new record high of 91° Wednesday. On Thursday, a number of records are forecast to fall including Bellingham, Sea-Tac, and Olympia.
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Oct 19, 2016

@MachesCozalino too soon to forecast, but we have a much better chance this winter

Oct 19, 2016

My head will be found inside an M&M's pounder bag on Halloween...I think AirHeads is a dumb joke on us (remember the movie? Brendan Fraser)

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