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Saturday, 15 October 2016 07:00

Saturday Morning Weather Update 10/15

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Grays Harbor Scanner has been up early this morning looking at all the weather and inclement weather alerts and here is the latest statement from the National Weather Service.  This one is worded a bit better than the one some of our page fans have been arguing about that came from the County DEM yesterday.  Current model shows that wind speeds will be 30 to 45 mph
With gusts near 65 mph this afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Updates in order of last recieved 

1055 am PDT sat oct 15 2016

Waz504-512-160200-
/o.Con.Ksew.Hw.W.0007.161015t1900z-161016t0600z/
Southwest interior-lower Chehalis valley area-
1055 am PDT sat oct 15 2016

...High wind warning remains in effect until 11 pm pdt this
Evening...

*wind...South 20 to 35 mph with local gusts near 60 mph late
This afternoon and early this evening. Winds will ease to 15 to
30 mph late this evening.

* some affected locations...Olympia...Montesano and yelm.

* timing...The strongest winds are expected to occur between 4 pm
And 8 pm PDT.

Urgent - weather message
National weather service seattle wa
400 am pdt sat oct 15 2016

Waz516-517-151900-
/o.Con.Ksew.Hw.W.0007.161015t1900z-161016t0600z/
North coast-central coast-
400 am pdt sat oct 15 2016

...High wind warning remains in effect for the north and central
Washington coast from noon today to 11 pm pdt this evening...

* wind...Increasing from the southeast or south at 30 to 45 mph
With gusts near 65 mph this afternoon. Winds will become
Southwest 20 to 35 mph with gusts near 55 mph this evening.

* some affected locations...Westport...Hoquiam...Forks...And neah
Bay.

* timing...The strongest winds are expected to occur between 3 pm
And 8 pm pdt.

* impacts...High winds can topple trees onto roads...Vehicles...
And rooftops. Falling trees or large branches have been known to
Cause fatalities during windstorms. Downed power lines can
Cause power outages lasting a couple of hours or longer.

 

...Coastal flood watch remains in effect from saturday afternoon
Through late saturday night...
...High surf advisory will expire at 11 pm pdt this evening...

* timing...The high surf advisory will be allowed to expire at 11
Pm pdt this evening as swells continue to subside. The
Combination of strong surface low pressure and high tides may
Result in the potential for coastal flooding after 4-6 pm pdt
Saturday afternoon and continuing into saturday night.

* coastal flooding...Another round of high surf may possibly
Reach the central washington coast later saturday afternoon
Through saturday night. There is a chance that the powerful
Low moving up the washington coast saturday afternoon could
Produce large waves that could reach the central coast. The
Track of the low is critical. If the low is too close to the
Coast then large waves will not be generated. If the low is
Slightly farther offshore there is a chance that large waves
May be produced.

* impacts...High surf can make the coastline and beaches hazardous
To beach goers. High surf can over-top jetties and run great
Distances up beaches very quickly...Sweeping over beach walkers
And cars driven on flat ocean beaches. High surf can also cause
Beach erosion.

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