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Warm, dry weather forecast this week in Washington

SEATTLE (AP) — The National Weather Service forecasts clear skies with high temperatures in the 70s and 80s this week across Washington…. …read more

From: AP Washington News

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Damaging Snohomish County wind not a tornado

SNOHOMISH, Wash. (AP) — The National Weather Service says the wind that caused minor damage Sunday at Lake Roesiger, near Snohomish, was not a tornado…. …read more

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Few inches of rain fell in areas of W Washington

SEATTLE (AP) — The National Weather Service says several inches of rain fell in some parts of Western Washington over the weekend…. …read more

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Flood Warning issued May 04 at 1:23PM PDT until May 05 at 9:47AM PDT by NWS

By [email protected] …THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SEATTLE HAS ISSUED A FLOOD WARNING FOR THE FOLLOWING RIVERS IN WASHINGTON… SKOKOMISH RIVER NEAR POTLATCH AFFECTING MASON COUNTY. .FLOOD BULLETIN NO. 1 HEAVY RAIN HAS BEEN FALLING OVER THE SKOKOMISH RIVER BASIN. 3 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN HAS FALLEN IN THE PAST 24 HOURS IN THE SOUTHERN …read more

From: Mason County ATOM WX

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Flood Watch issued May 04 at 11:40AM PDT until May 05 at 5:00AM PDT by NWS

By [email protected] …FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE TONIGHT… THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SEATTLE HAS ISSUED A * FLOOD WATCH FOR A PORTION OF WESTERN WASHINGTON…INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING COUNTY…MASON. * THROUGH LATE TONIGHT * HEAVY RAIN FELL OVER MASON COUNTY OVERNIGHT AND SHOWERS…HEAVY …read more

From: Mason County ATOM WX

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Hoquiam turns on the spray park, Weather Service warns of cold rivers in hot weather

Hoquiam Spray Park

The city of Hoquiam has energized the spray park for the next couple days so kids can enjoy some early summer.  The park will be active from about 12-7 today and tomorrow, and will re-open again around Memorial Day weekend.

Pacific Northwest residents are being warned to be careful around rivers and lakes as temperatures rise into the 70s and 80s today and tomorrow. The National Weather Service says rivers fed by melting snow are around 45-to-50 degrees. People who jump or fall in could be immobilized by cold water shock or suffer from hypothermia. They also could be swept away in fast-moving currents. Warming has raised the avalanche danger for the west slopes of the Washington Cascades and the Mount Hood area.

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Weather service: tornado landed in Eatonville

EATONVILLE, Wash. (AP) — The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado ripped a carport from an Eatonville home on Sunday…. …read more

From: AP Washington News

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