In December 2007, a storm with winds that gusted on the coast to nearly 140 miles per hour, brought torrential rains to parts of Western Washington. Here, Steve Krance, left and Chris Mueller take advantage of the high waters in Sumner, Washington, December 3, 2007.
In December 2007, a storm with winds that gusted on the coast to nearly 140 miles per hour, brought torrential rains to parts of Western Washington. Here, Steve Krance, left and Chris Mueller take advantage of the high waters in Sumner, Washington, December 3, 2007. Drew Perrine/Tacoma News Tribune/MCT
In December 2007, a storm with winds that gusted on the coast to nearly 140 miles per hour, brought torrential rains to parts of Western Washington. Here, Steve Krance, left and Chris Mueller take advantage of the high waters in Sumner, Washington, December 3, 2007. Drew Perrine/Tacoma News Tribune/MCT

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