Tag Archives: National Weather Service
ABERDEEN, Wash. - The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for a large portion of the Olympic Penninsula effective at 3 this morning until 8 Thursday night. Strong Southerly winds are expected at 20 To 30 MPH with
South Bend, Washington – The National Weather Service (NWS) in Portland has issued a high wind warning for the South Washington Coast in effect from 3:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday. South winds will increase late tonight to 30 to
NOAA's National Weather Service uses a four-tier approach to alert the public for the potential for severe weather or high fire danger. This four-tier approach consists of outlooks, advisories, watches and warnings.
MONTESANO, Wash. - Since the federal government has shutdown for an unspecified amount of time, Deputy Director of the Grays Harbor County Emergency Management Agency Chuck Wallace answers the question "what are the impacts to local communities should a disaster
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — Saturday's rain set records across Western Washington, from Olympia to Bellingham. And the National Weather Service says the rain isn't over yet.
Record rainfall of 1.71 inches was recorded at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Saturday. The weather
MONTESANO, Wash. - The Grays Harbor county Emergency Management Agency is warning citizens to be prepared for very severe weather, expected to impact Grays Harbor this afternoon through Monday morning
OLYMPIA, Wash. - A Flood Watch remains in effect through this afternoon for portions of Western Washington including Grays Harbor, Clallam, Island, Jefferson, San Juan, Skagit, Whatcom, King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston counties.
MONTESANO, Wash. - The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a FLOOD WATCH for much of Western Washington, including Grays Harbor County from Thursday afternoon through Friday afternoon.
Significant rainfall is anticipated Thursday afternoon through Friday, with the heaviest
Want to know more about the weather and weather forecasts? How do forecasters do it? How do they read those forecast charts? What do they mean and how can I use them too?
Two National Weather Service Seattle forecasters will provide