Mossback's already weighed in on this, but there just can't be too much coverage of the June-uary weather.
It's not widely known, but the news media control the weather. At least they used to. Clearly, something is up, because on Saturday morning, June 7, both The Seattle Times and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer tried to improve the weekend's weather by doing prominent stories about how lousy the weather has been. It used to be that putting a weather story on the front page, especially a predictive one, ensured exactly the opposite weather would occur by the time the presses rolled. But that's no longer working. We had mostly bad weather over the weekend, despite the fact the dailies wrote about how bad the weather has been.
Despite the fact the P-I weighs in again today with gloom, I'm not putting away my fleece. In that story, the National Weather Service says it will probably stay this way until the end of the month.
Here's the National Weather Service forecast for the week (highest high 69!). Here's where you can explore this misery over time in more detail.