Event Occurred

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Seattle's - Geography - Climate
... On occasion, Seattle experiences extraordinary weather events ... One such event occurred on December 2–4, 2007, when sustained hurricane-force winds and widespread heavy rainfall associated with a strong "Pineapple Express ... It became the second wettest event in Seattle history when a little over 130 millimetres (5.1 in) of rain fell on Seattle in a 24 hour period ...
Rest Frame
... frame of any time measurements, as the time that an event occurred is dependent on the rest frame of the observer ... For this reason the timings of astronomical events such as supernovae are usually recorded in terms of when the light from the event reached Earth, as the "real time ... Crab Nebula supernova to Earth the supernova occurred in the 11th Century AD only a short while before the light reached Earth, but in Earth's rest frame the event occurred ...
Seattle, Washington - Geography - Climate
... On occasion, Seattle experiences extraordinary weather events ... One such event occurred on December 2–4, 2007, when sustained hurricane-force winds and widespread heavy rainfall associated with a strong "Pineapple ... It became the second wettest event in Seattle history when a little over 130 millimetres (5.1 in) of rain fell on Seattle in a 24 hour period ...

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