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FW: Seattle Conference Reminders (Be there or kindly be square.)
Subject:FW: Seattle Conference Reminders (Be there or kindly be square.) From:Beryl Doane <BDoane -at- ENGPO -dot- MSMAILGW -dot- INTERMEC -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 2 May 1996 11:58:00 PDT
Additional info, with input from my pubs group. Names are changed
to protect the innocent.
>>Item #5 asked what the weather would be like from Sat. to Wed.
Writer2 can think of an awful lot of smart aleck answers to that one.
Namely, she'd be a meterologist if she could answer that one.
Of course, the answer is that it will be cold and rainy. However,
you could get lucky and it will be warm and sunny. Most likely,
it will be overcast, grey, and a little cold with chances of light
showers and partial clearing. With luck, a person may even see
Mount Ranier. The off chance, would put us in snow showers.
In other words, be prepared for anything and it could change hourly.
This week has been cloudy with sun breaks and light showers.
Temperatures ranged from high 50s to mid 60s daytime.
Nights ranged in the mid to upper 40s.
If we get sun, temperatures can reach mid 70's or higher,
with cool nights.
Sun glasses and umbrellas recommended.
If you plan activities near the water (ferry rides, etc), bring
a light weight windbreaker.
Anything can happen this time of year. Luckily, Seattle does
not have tornados or hurricanes....
For "Twin Peaks" fans: Snoqualmie Falls.
For airplane buffs: Museum of Flight (Seattle) and
Tour of Boeing Plant in Everett (call Boeing for details)
Aquarium, wineries, Science Center, lots of stuff.
Recommend "Northwest Best Places," a book FULL
of eating, lodging, and sightseeing info, with cost
and quality ratings.
bdoane -at- intermec -dot- com
about 45 minutes north of Seattle
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