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Science News: A Brief History of a Storm, My Mycology

by Ethan Linck A moment from the storm. Jennifer Campbell As rain lashes the University of Washington and my editor reports intermittent internet at The Stranger’s Capitol Hill offices, my thoughts are drifting to the western Pacific, where, four days ago, Tropical Storm Songda swelled to typhoon status before doglegging around Hawaii and beelining for Seattle. Despite having lived in the Pacific Northwest for the greater part of a decade, the idea our region’s weather could have something in common with, say, Florida remains surprising.
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