The ‘Ides of October Storm’ is gathering strength and charging toward the Pacific Northwest

Even as a vigorous Pacific frontal system is moving through western Washington today, the remnants of Pacific Typhoon Songda are pulling together into an even stronger storm and charging headlong toward the region.

It has been dubbed the “Ides of October Storm.” And should it evolve on Saturday as forecast, Western Washington will “likely have its most significant windstorm since the Hanukkah Eve storm of December 2006, which left many people without power for several days,” according to

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