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The Cascade Range increases to the east (with 14,000-foot Mount Rainier to the southeast) and the Olympic Mountains increase throughout the Sound to the west. The environment is moderate and moist, the result of dominating westerly winds off the Pacific and the shielding impact of the Cascade Range. Steady marine air keeps winter seasons comparatively warm and island guarantees summertimes cool.
Regular summertimes have fewer than 3 days above 90 degrees. Summer nights are invariably cool. Daily winter highs are often above freezing. Winters are damp but as Seattle rests on the leeward side of the Olympic Mountains, the annual total of 36 inches makes it drier than lots of cities in the East and Midwest.
Only 20% of rains occurs during the April to September dry season. Seattle is far adequate north to get winter snow, about 9 inches annually, however it seldom stays more than 2 days. Thunderstorms and serious weather are unusual.