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SXUS76 KPQR 231154
RERPQR

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PORTLAND OREGON
353 AM PST THU NOV 23 2017

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR WEDNESDAY 22 NOV...

FOLLOWING LOCATIONS BROKE THEIR RECORD HIGH:

LOCATION              22 NOV    PREVIOUS RECORD /YEAR
========================================================
ASTORIA                 64        60   / 1954
HILLSBORO               63        61   / 1948
PORTLAND (AIRPORT)      62        59   / 2011


FOLLOWING LOCATIONS TIED THEIR RECORD HIGH:

LOCATION              22 NOV    PREVIOUS RECORD /YEAR
========================================================
SEASIDE, OR             65        65   / 1957
VANCOUVER, WA           62        62   / 1909
MCMINNVILLE             63        63   / 1936


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000
SXUS46 KSEW 231145
RECSEW

Mount Rainier Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Seattle WA
345 AM PST Thu Nov 23 2017

.SYNOPSIS...Rain will turn to showers with much cooler, more
seasonable temperatures today as a cold front moves inland. The
scattered showers will continue into Friday as an upper level
trough follows the front. The next frontal system is expected to
bring more rain and snow into the park later Saturday into Sunday
morning. This active weather pattern should continue into early
next week.

&&

.IMPACTS...Stormy weather through Friday will create difficult
backcountry skiing and mountaineering conditions across much of
the alpine terrain of Mt. Rainier, including the Muir snowfield.
Blizzard-like conditions with strong winds and near zero
visibility are likely. A high level of skill and experience in
alpine terrain, including use of GPS, is recommended for
navigation and camping in these conditions.

&&

.THURSDAY...Windy. Rain and snow this morning, then showers this
afternoon. Snow accumulation near Paradise up to 1 inch. Snow
level near 7500 feet falling to 5000 feet this afternoon.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...Windy, showers. Snow accumulation near Paradise
of 1 to 3 inches. Total snow accumulation near Paradise 1 to
4 inches. Snow level near 4000 feet.
.FRIDAY...Breezy. Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Snow
level near 3500 feet.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 4000 feet.
.SATURDAY...Cloudy with a chance of rain and snow in the morning,
then rain and snow likely in the afternoon. Light snow
accumulations. Snow level near 4500 feet.

&&

Temperature and wind forecasts for selected locations.

                       Thu    Thu    Fri    Fri    Sat
                            Night         Night

Summit   (14411 FT)      4      6      9      7     13
                     SW 80   W 55  SW 45  SW 55  SW 55

Camp Muir(10188 FT)     21     13     14     16     26
                     SW 65   W 45  SW 30  SW 30   S 45

Paradise  (5420 FT)     45     30     35     27     38
                      W 25   W 20   W 20   W 15   W  5

Longmire  (2760 FT)     47     40     44     36     45
                      W 15  NW 10  NW  5  NE  5  NE 10

++ Temperatures and wind for the summit and Camp Muir are average
   conditions expected in the free air at those elevations.
++ Temperatures for Paradise and Longmire are the expected highs and
   lows. Wind is the average wind expected during that period.

.Extended Forecast...

.SATURDAY NIGHT...Windy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6000 feet.
.SUNDAY...Windy. Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 4500 feet.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow. Snow level near 4000 feet.
.MONDAY...Showers. Snow level near 3000 feet.
.MONDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 3500 feet.
.TUESDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain
and snow. Snow level near 5500 feet.

$$

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000
SXUS46 KSEW 231145
RECSEW

Mount Rainier Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Seattle WA
345 AM PST Thu Nov 23 2017

.SYNOPSIS...Rain will turn to showers with much cooler, more
seasonable temperatures today as a cold front moves inland. The
scattered showers will continue into Friday as an upper level
trough follows the front. The next frontal system is expected to
bring more rain and snow into the park later Saturday into Sunday
morning. This active weather pattern should continue into early
next week.

&&

.IMPACTS...Stormy weather through Friday will create difficult
backcountry skiing and mountaineering conditions across much of
the alpine terrain of Mt. Rainier, including the Muir snowfield.
Blizzard-like conditions with strong winds and near zero
visibility are likely. A high level of skill and experience in
alpine terrain, including use of GPS, is recommended for
navigation and camping in these conditions.

&&

.THURSDAY...Windy. Rain and snow this morning, then showers this
afternoon. Snow accumulation near Paradise up to 1 inch. Snow
level near 7500 feet falling to 5000 feet this afternoon.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...Windy, showers. Snow accumulation near Paradise
of 1 to 3 inches. Total snow accumulation near Paradise 1 to
4 inches. Snow level near 4000 feet.
.FRIDAY...Breezy. Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Snow
level near 3500 feet.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 4000 feet.
.SATURDAY...Cloudy with a chance of rain and snow in the morning,
then rain and snow likely in the afternoon. Light snow
accumulations. Snow level near 4500 feet.

&&

Temperature and wind forecasts for selected locations.

                       Thu    Thu    Fri    Fri    Sat
                            Night         Night

Summit   (14411 FT)      4      6      9      7     13
                     SW 80   W 55  SW 45  SW 55  SW 55

Camp Muir(10188 FT)     21     13     14     16     26
                     SW 65   W 45  SW 30  SW 30   S 45

Paradise  (5420 FT)     45     30     35     27     38
                      W 25   W 20   W 20   W 15   W  5

Longmire  (2760 FT)     47     40     44     36     45
                      W 15  NW 10  NW  5  NE  5  NE 10

++ Temperatures and wind for the summit and Camp Muir are average
   conditions expected in the free air at those elevations.
++ Temperatures for Paradise and Longmire are the expected highs and
   lows. Wind is the average wind expected during that period.

.Extended Forecast...

.SATURDAY NIGHT...Windy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6000 feet.
.SUNDAY...Windy. Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 4500 feet.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow. Snow level near 4000 feet.
.MONDAY...Showers. Snow level near 3000 feet.
.MONDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 3500 feet.
.TUESDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain
and snow. Snow level near 5500 feet.

$$

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000
SXUS76 KSEW 230843
RERSEW

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1227 AM PST THU NOV 23 2017

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE SET AT SEATTLE-TACOMA WA AIRPORT...

 A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 68 DEGREES WAS SET AT SEATTLE-TACOMA
WA AIRPORT YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 58 SET IN 1959.

$$

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE SET AT SEATTLE WA WFO...

 A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 63 DEGREES WAS SET AT SEATTLE WA WFO
YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 57 SET IN 1995.

$$

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE SET AT BELLINGHAM WA AIRPORT...

 A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 68 DEGREES WAS SET AT BELLINGHAM WA
AIRPORT YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 60 SET IN 1995.

$$

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE SET AT OLYMPIA WA AIRPORT...

 A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 66 DEGREES WAS SET AT OLYMPIA WA
AIRPORT YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 63 SET IN 1957.

$$

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE SET AT QUILLAYUTE WA AIRPORT...

 A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 58 DEGREES WAS SET AT QUILLAYUTE WA
AIRPORT YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 56 SET IN 1995.

$$




000
SXUS76 KPQR 230126
RERPQR

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PORTLAND OREGON
526 PM PST WED NOV 22 2017

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES SET TODAY...

LOCATION        NEW RECORD      OLD RECORD      YEAR
ASTORIA             64              60       SET IN 1954
HILLSBORO           63              61       SET IN 1948

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000
SXUS46 KSEW 222323
RECSEW

Mount Rainier Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Seattle WA
323 PM PST Wed Nov 22 2017

.SYNOPSIS...A cold front will bring more rain to the park
tonight through Thanksgiving. Snow levels will remain high
Wednesday night and Thursday. Scattered showers will continue
through Thursday night as an upper level trough follows the front.
The snow level will lower to 4000 feet Thursday evening. A weak
warm front will bring a little light rain Friday night. The next
system to bring widespread light rain should arrive Saturday
afternoon. This active weather pattern should continue into early
next week.

&&

.IMPACTS...Stormy weather through Friday will create difficult
backcountry skiing and mountaineering conditions across much of
the alpine terrain of Mt. Rainier, including the Muir snowfield.
Blizzard- like conditions with strong winds and near zero
visibility are likely. A high level of skill and experience in
alpine terrain, including use of GPS, is recommended for
navigation and camping in these conditions.

&&

.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...Windy. Rain and snow. No snow accumulation
near Paradise. Snow level near 8500 feet.
.THANKSGIVING DAY...Windy. Rain and snow. Snow accumulation near
Paradise up to 1 inch. Snow level near 7000 feet.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...Windy, showers. Snow accumulation near Paradise
of 1 to 4 inches. Snow level near 4000 feet.
.FRIDAY...Breezy. Rain and snow likely. Light snow accumulations.
Snow level near 4000 feet.

&&

Temperature and wind forecasts for selected locations.

                       Wed    Thu    Thu    Fri
                     Night         Night

Summit   (14411 FT)     11      4      5      8
                     SW 70  SW 80   W 50  SW 40

Camp Muir(10188 FT)     29     22     13     13
                     SW 60  SW 60   W 40  SW 30

Paradise  (5420 FT)     41     46     29     34
                     SW 25   W 30   W 30   W 20

Longmire  (2760 FT)     47     50     39     43
                      S  5   W 10  NW  5  NW  5

++ Temperatures and wind for the summit and Camp Muir are average
   conditions expected in the free air at those elevations.
++ Temperatures for Paradise and Longmire are the expected highs and
   lows. Wind is the average wind expected during that period.

.Extended Forecast...

.FRIDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 4000 feet.
.SATURDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow in the
morning, then rain and snow in the afternoon. Snow level near
4000 feet increasing to 5000 feet in the afternoon.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...Windy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
5500 feet.
.SUNDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 4500 feet.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow. Snow level near 3500 feet.
.MONDAY...Rain and snow. Snow level near 3000 feet.
.MONDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 3000 feet.
.TUESDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow. Snow
level near 4500 feet.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 5500 feet.
.WEDNESDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow. Snow
level near 5000 feet.

$$

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000
SXUS46 KSEW 221541
RECSEW

Mount Rainier Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Seattle WA
741 AM PST Wed Nov 22 2017

.SYNOPSIS...An unseasonably warm moist air flow will continue into
Thursday morning before the frontal system moves inland. Snow
levels will be above 8000 feet Wednesday and Wednesday night. Though
the rain will ease today, this system will bring more rain to
Western Washington tonight before turning to showers with cooler
air Thursday. After another break on Friday, another weather
system is expected to arrive Saturday afternoon and night with
another system arriving Sunday night.

&&

.IMPACTS...Stormy weather through Thursday night will create
difficult backcountry skiing and mountaineering conditions across
much of the alpine terrain of Mt. Rainier, including the Muir
snowfield. Blizzard-like conditions with strong winds and near
zero visibility are likely. A high level of skill and experience
in alpine terrain, including use of GPS, is recommended for
navigation and camping in these conditions.

&&

.WEDNESDAY...Rain and snow. No snow accumulation near Paradise.
Snow level near 9000 feet.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...Windy. Rain and snow. No snow accumulation
near Paradise. Snow level near 8500 feet.
.THANKSGIVING DAY...Windy. Rain and snow in the morning, then
showers in the afternoon. Snow accumulation near Paradise up to
1 inch. Snow level near 7000 feet.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...Windy. Showers in the evening, then showers
likely after midnight. Moderate snow accumulations. Snow level
near 4000 feet.
.FRIDAY...Showers likely. Light snow accumulations. Snow level
near 4000 feet.

&&

Temperature and wind forecasts for selected locations.

                       Wed    Wed    Thu    Thu    Fri
                            Night         Night

Summit   (14411 FT)     16     13      4      5      7
                     SW 70  SW 70  SW 80   W 45  SW 40

Camp Muir(10188 FT)     31     30     21     13     14
                     SW 50  SW 60  SW 60  SW 40  SW 25

Paradise  (5420 FT)     48     41     46     29     34
                     SW 15  SW 20  SW 35   W 30   W 15

Longmire  (2760 FT)     53     47     50     39     43
                      E  5  SE  5   W 15  NW 10   N  5

++ Temperatures and wind for the summit and Camp Muir are average
   conditions expected in the free air at those elevations.
++ Temperatures for Paradise and Longmire are the expected highs and
   lows. Wind is the average wind expected during that period.

.Extended Forecast...

.FRIDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 4000 feet.
.SATURDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 4500 feet
increasing to 6000 feet in the afternoon.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...Windy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6500 feet.
.SUNDAY...Showers likely. Snow level near 4500 feet.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow. Snow level near 3500 feet.
.MONDAY...Showers. Snow level near 2500 feet.
.MONDAY NIGHT...Showers likely. Snow level near 3000 feet.
.TUESDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow. Snow
level near 3500 feet.

$$

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000
SXUS76 KSEW 220837
RERSEW

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1235 AM PST WED NOV 22 2017

...RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT SEATTLE WA WFO...

A RECORD RAINFALL OF 1.61 INCHES WAS SET AT SEATTLE WA WFO
YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 1.02 SET IN 1998.

&&

...RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT QUILLAYUTE WA AIRPORT...

A RECORD RAINFALL OF 2.54 INCHES WAS SET AT QUILLAYUTE WA AIRPORT
YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 1.6 SET IN 1990.

&&

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE SET AT BELLINGHAM WA AIRPORT...

A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 60 DEGREES WAS SET AT BELLINGHAM WA
AIRPORT YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 58 SET IN 1968.

$$




000
SXUS76 KPQR 220023
RERPQR

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PORTLAND OREGON
0422 PM PST TUE NOV 21 2017

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE SET AT EUGENE OR...

 A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 67 DEGREES WAS SET AT EUGENE OR TODAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 63 SET IN 1933.


$$




000
SXUS46 KSEW 212308
RECSEW

Mount Rainier Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Seattle WA
308 PM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

.SYNOPSIS...A strong warm front, fed by a plume of warm
subtropical moisture will continue to bring rain to Western
Washington this evening. The snow level will be near 8000 feet.
After a lull in the rain on Wednesday, another wet frontal system
will move through the region Wednesday night through Thanksgiving
morning. Snow levels over the park will lower to around 6000 feet
Thursday afternoon. After another break on Friday, another system
will reach the area Saturday afternoon and night. This active
weather pattern will continue into early next week.

&&

.IMPACTS...Stormy weather will create difficult backcountry
skiing and mountaineering conditions through Thursday across much
of the alpine terrain of Mt. Rainier, including the Muir
snowfield. Blizzard-like conditions with strong winds and near
zero visibility are likely. A high level of skill and experience
in alpine terrain, including use of GPS, is recommended for
navigation and camping in these conditions.

&&

.TUESDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow. Rain may be heavy at times in the
evening. No snow accumulation near Paradise. Snow level near
8000 feet.
.WEDNESDAY...Rain and snow. No snow accumulation near Paradise.
Snow level near 8000 feet.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Rain and snow. No snow accumulation
near Paradise. Snow level near 8000 feet.
.THANKSGIVING DAY...Windy. Rain and snow in the morning, then
showers in the afternoon. Light snow accumulations. Snow level
near 7500 feet decreasing to 6000 feet in the afternoon.

&&

Temperature and wind forecasts for selected locations.

                       Tue    Wed    Wed    Thu
                     Night         Night

Summit   (14411 FT)     16     15     12      3
                     SW 65  SW 65  SW 65  SW 75

Camp Muir(10188 FT)     32     32     30     20
                     SW 50  SW 50  SW 60  SW 60

Paradise  (5420 FT)     41     48     41     43
                      W 20  SW 15  SW 20   W 30

Longmire  (2760 FT)     45     54     46     49
                      N  5  NE  5   E  5   W 10

++ Temperatures and wind for the summit and Camp Muir are average
   conditions expected in the free air at those elevations.
++ Temperatures for Paradise and Longmire are the expected highs and
   lows. Wind is the average wind expected during that period.

.Extended Forecast...

.THURSDAY NIGHT...Very windy. Showers likely. Snow level near
4500 feet.
.FRIDAY...Breezy. Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 4000 feet.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 4000 feet.
.SATURDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 4500 feet.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...Windy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6500 feet.
.SUNDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 4500 feet.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow. Snow level near 3500 feet.
.MONDAY...Rain and snow. Snow level near 3000 feet.
.MONDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 3000 feet.
.TUESDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow. Snow
level near 3500 feet.

$$

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000
SXUS46 KSEW 211152
RECSEW

Mount Rainier Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Seattle WA
352 AM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

...Flood watches and/or warnings are in effect for portions of
the forecast area. Please refer to the latest flood bulletin for
details...

.SYNOPSIS...A subtropical plume of moisture will bring heavy
precipitation and strong winds to Mount Rainier National Park
Tuesday and Tuesday night, with the snow level near 8000 feet.
Wednesday will be less wet. A frontal system will move through
the region Wednesday night and Thanksgiving, for another round of
significant precipitation with high snow levels. There will be
a relative break in the weather on Friday, followed by more wet
weather this weekend and into Monday.

&&

.IMPACTS...Stormy weather will create difficult backcountry
skiing and mountaineering conditions across much of the alpine
terrain of Mount Rainier Tuesday through Thanksgiving Day,
including the Muir Snowfield. Blizzard-like conditions with
strong winds, heavy snow, and near zero visibility will exist at
times above the snow level. Soaking rains will occur below the
snow level. A high level of skill and experience in alpine
terrain, including use of GPS, is recommended for navigation and
camping in these conditions.

&&

.TUESDAY...Rain and snow, heavy at times in the afternoon. Snow
level near 8000 feet.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow, heavy at times. Snow level near
8500 feet.
.WEDNESDAY...Rain and snow. Snow level near 8500 feet.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
7500 feet.
.THANKSGIVING DAY...Windy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6500 feet.

&&

Temperature and wind forecasts for selected locations.

                       Tue    Tue    Wed    Wed    Thu
                            Night         Night

Summit   (14411 FT)     18     16     16     13      4
                     SW 60  SW 70  SW 60  SW 70  SW 80

Camp Muir(10188 FT)     32     32     32     29     19
                     SW 65  SW 55  SW 55  SW 65  SW 60

Paradise  (5420 FT)     45     41     48     41     43
                     SW 15   W 20  SW 15  SW 25   W 30

Longmire  (2760 FT)     50     45     54     46     49
                     NE  5   N  5  NE  5  SE  5   W 15

++ Temperatures and wind for the summit and Camp Muir are average
   conditions expected in the free air at those elevations.
++ Temperatures for Paradise and Longmire are the expected highs and
   lows. Wind is the average wind expected during that period.

.Extended Forecast...

.THURSDAY NIGHT...Windy. Rain and snow likely. Snow level near
4500 feet.
.FRIDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow. Snow
level near 4000 feet.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 4500 feet.
.SATURDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 5000 feet.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6000 feet.
.SUNDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 5000 feet.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 4500 feet.
.MONDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 3500 feet.

$$

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000
SXUS46 KSEW 211152
RECSEW

Mount Rainier Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Seattle WA
352 AM PST Tue Nov 21 2017

...Flood watches and/or warnings are in effect for portions of
the forecast area. Please refer to the latest flood bulletin for
details...

.SYNOPSIS...A subtropical plume of moisture will bring heavy
precipitation and strong winds to Mount Rainier National Park
Tuesday and Tuesday night, with the snow level near 8000 feet.
Wednesday will be less wet. A frontal system will move through
the region Wednesday night and Thanksgiving, for another round of
significant precipitation with high snow levels. There will be
a relative break in the weather on Friday, followed by more wet
weather this weekend and into Monday.

&&

.IMPACTS...Stormy weather will create difficult backcountry
skiing and mountaineering conditions across much of the alpine
terrain of Mount Rainier Tuesday through Thanksgiving Day,
including the Muir Snowfield. Blizzard-like conditions with
strong winds, heavy snow, and near zero visibility will exist at
times above the snow level. Soaking rains will occur below the
snow level. A high level of skill and experience in alpine
terrain, including use of GPS, is recommended for navigation and
camping in these conditions.

&&

.TUESDAY...Rain and snow, heavy at times in the afternoon. Snow
level near 8000 feet.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow, heavy at times. Snow level near
8500 feet.
.WEDNESDAY...Rain and snow. Snow level near 8500 feet.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
7500 feet.
.THANKSGIVING DAY...Windy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6500 feet.

&&

Temperature and wind forecasts for selected locations.

                       Tue    Tue    Wed    Wed    Thu
                            Night         Night

Summit   (14411 FT)     18     16     16     13      4
                     SW 60  SW 70  SW 60  SW 70  SW 80

Camp Muir(10188 FT)     32     32     32     29     19
                     SW 65  SW 55  SW 55  SW 65  SW 60

Paradise  (5420 FT)     45     41     48     41     43
                     SW 15   W 20  SW 15  SW 25   W 30

Longmire  (2760 FT)     50     45     54     46     49
                     NE  5   N  5  NE  5  SE  5   W 15

++ Temperatures and wind for the summit and Camp Muir are average
   conditions expected in the free air at those elevations.
++ Temperatures for Paradise and Longmire are the expected highs and
   lows. Wind is the average wind expected during that period.

.Extended Forecast...

.THURSDAY NIGHT...Windy. Rain and snow likely. Snow level near
4500 feet.
.FRIDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow. Snow
level near 4000 feet.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 4500 feet.
.SATURDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 5000 feet.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6000 feet.
.SUNDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 5000 feet.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 4500 feet.
.MONDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 3500 feet.

$$

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000
SXUS46 KSEW 202324
RECSEW

Mount Rainier Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Seattle WA
324 PM PST Mon Nov 20 2017

.SYNOPSIS...A strong warm front will bring periods of moderate to
heavy precipitation to the park Tuesday and Tuesday night, with
the snow level rising above 8000 feet. A break between weather
systems on Wednesday will allow rain and snow to diminish a
little. Another wet frontal system will reach the area Wednesday
night and Thanksgiving Day with the snow level lowering to 6500
feet. After another small break between weather systems on
Friday, another front will probably arrive on Saturday.

&&

.IMPACTS...Stormy weather through Wednesday and probably beyond
will create difficult backcountry skiing and mountaineering
conditions across much of the alpine terrain of Mt. Rainier,
including the Muir snowfield. Blizzard-like conditions with
strong winds and near zero visibility are likely. A high level of
skill and experience in alpine terrain, including use of GPS, is
recommended for navigation and camping in these conditions.

&&

.MONDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of
showers in the evening, then rain and snow after midnight. Snow
accumulation near Paradise up to 2 inches. Snow level near
3500 feet increasing to 4500 feet after midnight.
.TUESDAY...Rain and snow. Rain and snow may be heavy at times in
the afternoon. No snow accumulation near Paradise. Snow level near
8000 feet.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Rain and snow. Rain may be heavy at
times in the evening. No snow accumulation near Paradise. Snow
level near 9000 feet.
.WEDNESDAY...Rain and snow. Snow level near 8500 feet.

&&

Temperature and wind forecasts for selected locations.

                       Mon    Tue    Tue    Wed
                     Night         Night

Summit   (14411 FT)     16     18     15     15
                      W 50  SW 55  SW 65  SW 60

Camp Muir(10188 FT)     29     32     31     32
                     SW 40  SW 55  SW 50  SW 55

Paradise  (5420 FT)     29     45     41     48
                     NW 20  SW 15   W 20  SW 15

Longmire  (2760 FT)     34     50     45     54
                      E  5  NE  5  NW  5  NE  5

++ Temperatures and wind for the summit and Camp Muir are average
   conditions expected in the free air at those elevations.
++ Temperatures for Paradise and Longmire are the expected highs and
   lows. Wind is the average wind expected during that period.

.Extended Forecast...

.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
8000 feet.
.THANKSGIVING DAY...Windy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6500 feet.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near
4500 feet.
.FRIDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow. Snow
level near 4000 feet.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 4500 feet.
.SATURDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 5000 feet.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Rain and snow. Snow level near
6000 feet.
.SUNDAY...Breezy. Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 5000 feet.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 4500 feet.
.MONDAY...Rain and snow likely. Snow level near 3500 feet.

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