Clinton, WA

14:25 PDT le 27 août 2015 (GMT -0700)
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Alt. 259 ft 47.92 °N, 122.38 °W | Updated 23 seconds ago

Nuageux
Nuageux
77.4 ° F
Paraît 79 ° F
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0.9
Vent Variable Vent de Ouest
Gusts 2.0 mph

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--% Risque de précip.
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Precip. -- pouce
6:20 AM 8:00 PM
Lune gibbeuse croissante, 95% visible
Pression 30.06 pouce
Visibilité 10.0 Miles terrestres
Nuages Ciel dégagé
indice de chaleur 79 ° F
Point de rosée 56 ° F
Humidité 48%
Précipitations 0.00 pouce
Profondeur de la couche neigeuse Non disponible.
UV 8 sur 12
Pollen 3.30 sur 12
Qualité de l'air Non disponible.
Flu Activity Non disponible.
METAR KPAE 272053Z 30006KT 10SM CLR 24/09 A3007 RMK AO2 SLP178 T02440094 58011
Pression 30.06 pouce
Visibilité 10.0 Miles terrestres
Nuages Ciel dégagé
indice de chaleur 79 ° F
Point de rosée 56 ° F
Humidité 48%
Précipitations 0.00 pouce
Profondeur de la couche neigeuse Non disponible.
UV 8 sur 12
Pollen 3.30 sur 12
Qualité de l'air Non disponible.
Flu Activity Non disponible.
METAR KPAE 272053Z 30006KT 10SM CLR 24/09 A3007 RMK AO2 SLP178 T02440094 58011

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Special Statement
Statement as of 05:14 PDT le 27 août 2015

... A change to wet and cooler weather is in store for western
Washington...

Today will be the last day of dry weather with above normal
temperatures. Tonight... a change in the weather pattern will
begin. The dome of high pressure that has prevailed over the
region will give way... allowing wet and cooler conditions to
become established over the area.

Friday through this weekend will be wet across western Washington.
Rain will become locally heavy at times... especially in the
mountains... on Saturday. Rainfall amounts during the two day
period ending at 5 am PDT Sunday are forecast to be in the 1 to
2.5 inch range for most areas but the south facing slopes of the
Olympics and Cascades could receive 3 to 5 inches of rain. This
amount of rain will likely end or help reduce the size of the
ongoing wildfires in the mountains.

Daytime temperatures will be below normal Friday through this
weekend. It is likely that most lowland sites will fail to reach
70 degrees this weekend... especially on Sunday.

It will also become locally windy on Saturday due to a strong
front moving across the area. Some southerly wind prone places on
the coast and in the northwest interior could have gusts in the 45
to 50 mph range.

Those planning outdoor activities in the mountains this weekend
should pay close attention to the latest forecasts from the
National Weather Service.


Www.Weather.Gov/Seattle

514 am PDT Thu Aug 27 2015

... A change to wet and cooler weather is in store for western
Washington...

Today will be the last day of dry weather with above normal
temperatures. Tonight... a change in the weather pattern will
begin. The dome of high pressure that has prevailed over the
region will give way... allowing wet and cooler conditions to
become established over the area.

Friday through this weekend will be wet across western Washington.
Rain will become locally heavy at times... especially in the
mountains... on Saturday. Rainfall amounts during the two day
period ending at 5 am PDT Sunday are forecast to be in the 1 to
2.5 inch range for most areas but the south facing slopes of the
Olympics and Cascades could receive 3 to 5 inches of rain. This
amount of rain will likely end or help reduce the size of the
ongoing wildfires in the mountains.

Daytime temperatures will be below normal Friday through this
weekend. It is likely that most lowland sites will fail to reach
70 degrees this weekend... especially on Sunday.

It will also become locally windy on Saturday due to a strong
front moving across the area. Some southerly wind prone places on
the coast and in the northwest interior could have gusts in the 45
to 50 mph range.

Those planning outdoor activities in the mountains this weekend
should pay close attention to the latest forecasts from the
National Weather Service.


Www.Weather.Gov/Seattle