Seattle’s Water in Retreat – Cedar River Watershed at Rattlesnake Lake!

In January, Winter has begun, and the low point in Seattle’s water supply should have been reached.  Not so, this is a warm day in Seattle. And significant re-filling in the Cedar River Watershed has not occurred.  I happen to be at Rattlesnake Lake yesterday day and snapped a couple of photos.

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It’s not a drought…yet reads the ominous headline on the Everett Herald yesterday, but that’s because its WINTER, correct?

 


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