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Byline: Warren King
Dec. 16--We're in for a real break in the weather: No more fierce winds. Continued wet, yeah, but not enough to cause big floods. And no snow accumulation.
"It will be quite a benign weekend," University of Washington meteorologist Cliff Mass said.
The big dumping of snow will taper off in the mountains. And there's a chance of mixed rain and snow, followed by showers today for the Seattle area.
But don't worry about a return to the snow and icy misery of late November, said Ted Buehner of the National Weather Service in Seattle.
Thursday night's big blow surpassed the Inauguration Day storm of 1993 in the …