Tukwila (tuk - WIL-5) is a city in Washington state located just south of Seattle and home to a large commercial center that draws workers and consumers to the city every day. It is also the site of several Internet data centers, including Google headquarters, Microsoft's Seattle headquarters and the headquarters of Seattle - Tacoma International Airport.
The reception can help you with delivery of mail, fax and photocopying services if you need them. Rooms are cleaned according to a common goal based on the number of nights spent. Fresh towels and bed linen are available for stays of 1 - 7 nights, but not for stays of 2 - 4 nights.
Independent values were calculated for perceived temperature, humidity, wind speed and wind direction. These values are combined into a single hourly compound value, which is then aggregated for each day, averaged over the analysis period of the year, then smoothed out and averaged again.
Different types of precipitation were observed on each day, with no trace of it, and rain and snow fell on the same day. The most common form of precipitation during the year was rain alone, with precipitation (rain, snow, hail, sleet, thunderstorms, raindrops, etc.) and type of precipitation being the basis.
According to the tourism forecast, the best time of the year was to visit Tukwila for a single day in June, July or August, early July or late August. According to this calculation, the most popular time for the first day of a week in July and mid-September was mid-July to mid-August, and the least popular day for visiting TUKWila was early June to late September.
The first spring blooms appear in Tukwila at the end of April or the beginning of May, even though they do not appear until the end of June, the beginning of July or the end of August. The earliest sunset was on December 10 at 4.17 pm, and the latest sunset was reached on December 11, 2016 at 5.30 pm.
The color is the average temperature for each hour of the day, and the ribbons (yellow and gray) indicate the temperature at the beginning and end of each day in Tukwila and the number of days in the year. The colored areas indicate when the moon is above or below the horizon, the horizontal axis is the day of the year and the time of day. On December 10, 2016 at 16: 17, a moon appeared above the horizon in a light blue area, indicating the beginning of a full moon and a dark blue sky at 17: 30. This colored area indicates the time of night when no moon is in or near the sky when it is below or above a horizon.
The average wind speed per hour was less than 1.0 km / h and the average wind direction was in one of the four directions. This excludes winds that were in a north, south, east, west or east-west direction and had wind speeds of more than 2.5 miles per hour (km / h) or less. According to this estimate, a good time of year to visit Tukwila in terms of weather conditions is from early July to late August, with the exception of late July and early August.
Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (March 8) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (November 1). The dark period of the year lasts 3.8 months, and most of the rain falls during the 31 days that take place on November 21. The average amount of rain that remains in Tukwila during this 31-day liquid delivery varies considerably from year to year.
The temperature is 0 for a perceived temperature of 50AdegF and rises linearly to 9.65AdgF, 10.75AdgsF or 10.75AdgeF. The values for beach and pool are 0, felt temperatures 65 Adghf and rise linearly to 7,5 Adgf, 8,2 Adkgf or 9, 80AdgiF (1,90AdgenF hotter) and fall linearly to 1,100Adgf (2,50AdgtF). The cloud cover reaches 10 points under clear skies and falls linear to 0.0, 3.4Adngf for cloudy sky, 5.8AdgnF for foggy and 6.1AdginF for rain. The temperature at the beach and pool is 2, whereby the temperatures are in the range of 50 Adgf and rise linearly from 9 (65 Adgf) to 10 (75 Adegf) and 10 (82 Adgf), whereby they fall linearly to 3 (90Adgrf) and 2 (95Adrgf). The temperatures on the beach, pool, beach or pool are in a zone of 60ADgf with 0 or felt temperatures falling linearly between 9 (80ADgF) and 1 (90ADgF).
The precipitation based on three hours of precipitation concentrated on the hour in question is 10 for precipitation and falls linearly, to 0,0, 3,4Adngf for cloudy sky, 5,8AdgnF for foggy and 6,1AdginF (95Adrgf) for rain.
In Tukwila, the summer is short, warm, dry and partly cloudy, and the winter is very cold, wet and mostly cloudy. Wet days are characterized by clouds, fog, rain and fog, as well as by a lack of rainfall on wet days. The sky is a little darker than in Seattle, but not as dark as in Portland or Seattle - Tacoma. Skies are getting brighter in Tacoma and much drier in Spokane and Tacoma, Seattle, than in Washington.