Weather forecasters: More rain — and wind — coming our way this weekend; 'more like fall than late August'

ONE ROUND OF rain down, several more to go through the weekend.
And . . . wind is in the forecast, too.
Southerly winds of 20 to 35 mph with gusts of 40 to 50 mph could snap tree branches and cause local power outages. (continued)

Two hurt in head-on collision in Port Hadlock

Mason County fire causes electrical outage in Jefferson County

UPDATED — Northwest fire crews hope for a rainy, wet break in the weather — without winds

UPDATED — 911 calls from fatal fire: 'Send somebody fast'

Forks firefighter injured in Twisp wildfire recovering at home — Corrected

'2015 Who's Who on the North Olympic Peninsula' available in today's print Peninsula Daily News

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Makah Days to celebrate tribe's fishermen this weekend in Neah Bay

Author's work — The Sea Is My Country — explores importance of whaling in Makah culture

WEEKEND: Air Affaire to lift off Saturday in Sequim with hot air balloons, skydivers, wing walkers

OUTDOORS: Expected rainfall should help fishing, hunting efforts

OUTDOORS: Dry conditions likely to impact archery deer season

WEEKEND: Raymond Carver's famed stories take center stage at Port Angeles Community Playhouse

WEEKEND: Clallam Historical Society garage sale offers bargains in Port Angeles

WEEKEND: Port Townsend's Yesango marimba band marks 20 years of playing 1,000-year-old music; free performance set Saturday

WEEKEND: Blyn gala event Saturday to kick off TV pilot filming of 'The Rainforest'

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer's Night Dream' to play in both Port Angeles and Port Townsend . . . and other items

WEEKEND: Port Townsend Quakers to fete first year of owning meetinghouse this Sunday

WEEKEND: Latin jazz duo next up Sunday in Key City Cabaret concert series in Port Townsend

NEWS BRIEFS: Port Townsend Family Portrait to be shot this Sunday, rain or shine . . . and other items

WEEKEND: Other area events on North Olympic Peninsula

Sequim, Habitat for Humanity work to get word out on Neighborhood Revitalization; property owners sought for program

Twilight saga author to attend Forks festival honoring 10th anniversary in September

Mariners fire general manager Jack Zduriencik

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