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Seattle, Washington


Seattle may have been the city of the 1990s, thanks to its contributions to the national music scene and the dominance of Starbucks coffee, but today it's as vibrant and exciting a setting as ever. Seattle is often considered one of the rainiest cities in the country, which is not borne out by actual rainfall statistics. However, it does have cloud cover approximately 226 days out of the year, which means you only have about a 1/3 chance of going to the famous Space Needle on a sunny day.

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