The Satsop River near Satsop is nearing flood stage of 35 ft. The Highest stage at Satsop River near Satsop during 2014-15 season was approximately 34.5 feet.

Like we didnt know this was coming, there is a high surf advisory in affect till midnight. 

The National Weather Service has issued a warning advising of the increased threat of potential landslides with all of the rain we have been getting. 

Both the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and Grays Harbor County have lifted their respective outdoor burning bans ending probably one of the latest year end burn bans ever. 

The latest forecast for Grays Harbor County calls for a slight chance of rain and snow showers before noon Saturday, then a chance of rain showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 45. Calm wind becoming south around 5 mph in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 50%. Little or no snow accumulation expected. See the latest special weather statement below.

While some of us will be dreading the wet and colder weather, it is something that is much needed for our region to help with the extreme fire danger.  We have the latest weather report here, showing a system moving in that will bring colder temperatures and rain.  

After the winds and rain this week, we now have a flood watch - Flood watch in effect from Saturday afternoon through Sunday afternoon 

A significant fall storm will arrive this morning and last through the early morning hours of Thursday. A High Wind Warning has been issued by the National Weather Service in Seattle from 9:00 am this morning through 9:00 pm this evening, with sustained Southeast and South winds at 25-40 mph, gusting to 55 mph along with heavy rain. Coastal areas of Grays Harbor County will be affected including Ocean Shores, Westport, Hoquiam, Aberdeen, Moclips and Taholah. Peak winds will be this afternoon and ease this evening.

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