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Weather Radio Activation: High Wind Warning in Effect

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ABERDEEN, Wash. – The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind warning until midnight. A Front Near The South Washington Coast Will Produce Strong Winds This Evening…

…Another Strong Storm System Will Likely Bring More High Wind To Portions Of Western Washington On Thursday…

  Central Coast-
450 PM PST Tue Nov 22 2011

…High Wind Warning In Effect Until Midnight PST Wednesday Night For The Central Washington Coast…
…High Wind Watch Remains In Effect From Late Wednesday Night Through Thursday Afternoon…

The National Weather Service In Seattle Has Issued A High Wind Warning…Which Is In Effect Until Midnight PST Wednesday Night.

• Affected Locations…Central Washington Coast…Strongest From Ocean Shores Southward.

• Wind…South Winds Of 30 To 40 Mph With Gusts To 60 Mph.

• Timing…The Strongest Winds Will Occur Through Midnight Tonight…Then Ease.

• Impacts…Winds This Strong Can Topple Trees And Cause Power Outages.

Precautionary/Preparedness Actions…

A High Wind Watch Means There Is The Potential For A Damaging Wind Event.

A High Wind Warning Means That A Hazardous Wind Event Is Imminent Or Occurring. High Winds Can Topple Trees…Down Power Lines And Destroy Property.

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