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Experience Seattle in the early part of the year during the cooler side of extended weather unpredictability. I call this the Winter/Wring/Sprinter season. Two steps forward, one step back... Never know what you're going to get. These are up to spring 2009. Thanks to Sekkle for telling me how to do the borders.