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Are you attending ALA Midwinter in Seattle, January 25-29?  Well, even if you are a first timer to the area you are probably aware of the Emerald City’s reputation when it comes to weather - pouring rain!  Although this is not entirely true, or at least not consistently true, we’d like to offer up some advice for what to pack.  Watch this short video for helpful tips.

 

 

So, what’s most important when packing for unpredictable Seattle weather?
Layers, warm winter accessories and waterproof footwear.

We hope this helps make your upcoming visit an enjoyable one. See you soon!

14 Jan 2013 | Posted by Kristen Hatchman

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