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SXUS46 KSEW 061201
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
501 AM PDT FRI MAY 6 2016

.SYNOPSIS...HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION TODAY
AND SATURDAY PROVIDING INCREASED SUNSHINE AND A RETURN TO ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. A TROUGH WILL INDUCE MUCH COOLER ONSHORE FLOW
SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY WITH SOME DRIZZLE OR SHOWERS
POSSIBLE. DRY AND WARMER WEATHER RETURNS TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY.

&&

.FRIDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 10500 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.
.SATURDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. MOSTLY CLEAR IN THE EVENING...THEN
MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 11000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...BREEZY. PARTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 8000 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       FRI    FRI    SAT    SAT    SUN
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     19     23     23     24     19
                      E 20  NE 20   N 15  NW 45  NW 60

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     35     38     40     36     30
                      E 20  NE 20   N 15  NW 40  NW 40

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     67     46     70     40     44
                     NE 15   N 15  NW  5  NW 15   W 15

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     71     48     73     45     51
                     SE  5   N  5   W  5   W  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...

.SUNDAY NIGHT...WINDY. PARTLY CLOUDY IN THE EVENING THEN BECOMING
MOSTLY CLOUDY. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 6000 FEET
DECREASING TO 4500 FEET AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.MONDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY IN THE MORNING THEN BECOMING MOSTLY
SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 6000 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 10000 FEET.
.THURSDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9500 FEET.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE




000
SXUS46 KSEW 061201
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
501 AM PDT FRI MAY 6 2016

.SYNOPSIS...HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION TODAY
AND SATURDAY PROVIDING INCREASED SUNSHINE AND A RETURN TO ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. A TROUGH WILL INDUCE MUCH COOLER ONSHORE FLOW
SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY WITH SOME DRIZZLE OR SHOWERS
POSSIBLE. DRY AND WARMER WEATHER RETURNS TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY.

&&

.FRIDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 10500 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.
.SATURDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. MOSTLY CLEAR IN THE EVENING...THEN
MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 11000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...BREEZY. PARTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 8000 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       FRI    FRI    SAT    SAT    SUN
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     19     23     23     24     19
                      E 20  NE 20   N 15  NW 45  NW 60

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     35     38     40     36     30
                      E 20  NE 20   N 15  NW 40  NW 40

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     67     46     70     40     44
                     NE 15   N 15  NW  5  NW 15   W 15

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     71     48     73     45     51
                     SE  5   N  5   W  5   W  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...

.SUNDAY NIGHT...WINDY. PARTLY CLOUDY IN THE EVENING THEN BECOMING
MOSTLY CLOUDY. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 6000 FEET
DECREASING TO 4500 FEET AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.MONDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY IN THE MORNING THEN BECOMING MOSTLY
SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 6000 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 10000 FEET.
.THURSDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9500 FEET.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE




000
SXUS46 KSEW 052222
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
322 PM PDT THU MAY 5 2016

.SYNOPSIS...HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY PROVIDING INCREASED SUNSHINE AND A RETURN TO ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. A TROUGH WILL INDUCE MUCH COOLER ONSHORE FLOW
SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY WITH SOME DRIZZLE OR SHOWERS POSSIBLE.
DRY AND MUCH WARMER WEATHER RETURNS TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY.

&&

.THURSDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE
EVENING...THEN PARTLY CLOUDY AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
9000 FEET.
.FRIDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 11500 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.
.SATURDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       THU    FRI    FRI    SAT
                     NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     15     18     22     24
                     NE 15   E 15  NE 20  NE 20

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     32     36     38     39
                      E 15   E 15  NE 15   N 15

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     43     69     48     72
                      N 15  NE 15   N 15  NW  5

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     46     73     49     76
                      CALM   CALM   CALM   CALM

++ 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...BREEZY. CLEAR IN THE EVENING...THEN MOSTLY
CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
11500 FEET.
.SUNDAY...BREEZY. PARTLY SUNNY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 6500 FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
5000 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 6000 FEET.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 6000 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 10000 FEET.
.THURSDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 10500 FEET.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE



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000
NOUS46 KSEW 051945
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1245 PM PDT THU MAY 5 2016

IN CONTRAST TO MARCH...APRIL WAS VERY DRY WITH NEARLY ALL OF
WASHINGTON STATE RECEIVING MUCH BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION. THE ONLY
REGION THAT SAW NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION WAS THE PALOUSE AND BLUE
MOUNTAINS IN EASTERN WASHINGTON. EVEN WITH THE VERY DRY APRIL...THE
WATER YEAR REMAINS IN THE ABOVE TO MUCH ABOVE NORMAL CATEGORY FOR
NEARLY ALL OF WASHINGTON STATE...WITH THE ONLY EXCEPTION BEING THE
PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS WHICH WERE NEAR NORMAL.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 36 PERCENT ON THE COAST TO 67 PERCENT IN
THE NORTHWEST INTERIOR. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT THE
CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS
WAS 4.65 INCHES AT STARTUP IN THE CASCADE FOOTHILLS...2.73 AT
ABERDEEN...AND 3.85 INCHES AT MONROE IN THE PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 46 PERCENT ON THE EASTERN SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 90
PERCENT IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
1.83 INCHES AT PULLMAN IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS...AND 1.72
INCHES AT REPUBLIC IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY AND BEYOND FOR WASHINGTON STATE...FOR THE NEXT
TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK IS FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR MAY CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW OR NEAR
NORMAL PRECIPITATION. THE THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FOR MAY THROUGH JULY
IS ALSO CALLING FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW OR NEAR NORMAL
PRECIPITATION.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2015 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2016.

                        APRIL     WATER YEAR      PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2016       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    36          118          117           110
  OLYMPICS                 40          115          111           108
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       67          121          127           108
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     56          133          125           122
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       63          122          109           110
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     48          124          113           111
  CASCADES WEST            38          125          116           114

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     46          141          124           127
  OKANOGAN                 60          129          124           106
  CENTRAL BASIN            66          133          116           117
  NORTHEAST                70          130          126           106
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     90          114          117            95



THE TABLE BELOW EXPRESSES PRECIPITATION IN INCHES AND AS A PERCENT OF
NORMAL FOR A VARIETY OF LOCATIONS AROUND THE STATE.  OCCASIONALLY
MISSING DATA AT A SITE ARE ESTIMATED USING OBSERVED DATA FROM
SURROUNDING STATIONS.

                     APRIL            WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        2.21     28        93.49    113       105.60    112
HOQUIAM           2.68     53        71.87    125        77.44    119
BELLINGHAM        2.38     92        34.41    129        42.00    124
SEATTLE           1.19     44        44.52    144        49.53    138
OLYMPIA           1.58     45        58.23    137        62.93    130
LONGVIEW          3.09     82        49.17    128        53.11    115

CONCRETE          2.52     50        68.58    120        77.62    116
SNOQUALMIE FALL   1.72     36        60.60    122        68.26    117
RANDLE*           1.99     48        56.22    123        63.16    116
DIABLO DAM        1.48     31        73.15    112        83.39    111
STAMPEDE PASS     2.84     54        91.83    139       100.63    128
PARADISE*         3.14     38       130.26    131       140.87    125

WINTHROP          0.31     41        17.57    164        19.71    135
STEHEKIN          0.42     26        46.54    146        48.51    135
LEAVENWORTH*      0.51     46        34.62    162        35.79    145
MOUNT ADAMS       0.47     19        56.23    138        59.45    130
WENATCHEE         0.50     94         9.30    135        11.21    127
YAKIMA            0.27     49         9.46    152        11.35    137

COULEE DAM        0.65     75         9.78    135        11.30    107
LIND              0.94    113         9.86    135        11.03    115
REPUBLIC          1.72    140        14.66    145        19.27    116
SPOKANE           0.32     25        13.44    114        15.25     95
PULLMAN           1.83    238        17.30    122        21.09    106
DAYTON            1.16     67        15.32    107        17.05     93

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB




000
NOUS46 KSEW 051945
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1245 PM PDT THU MAY 5 2016

IN CONTRAST TO MARCH...APRIL WAS VERY DRY WITH NEARLY ALL OF
WASHINGTON STATE RECEIVING MUCH BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION. THE ONLY
REGION THAT SAW NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION WAS THE PALOUSE AND BLUE
MOUNTAINS IN EASTERN WASHINGTON. EVEN WITH THE VERY DRY APRIL...THE
WATER YEAR REMAINS IN THE ABOVE TO MUCH ABOVE NORMAL CATEGORY FOR
NEARLY ALL OF WASHINGTON STATE...WITH THE ONLY EXCEPTION BEING THE
PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS WHICH WERE NEAR NORMAL.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 36 PERCENT ON THE COAST TO 67 PERCENT IN
THE NORTHWEST INTERIOR. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT THE
CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS
WAS 4.65 INCHES AT STARTUP IN THE CASCADE FOOTHILLS...2.73 AT
ABERDEEN...AND 3.85 INCHES AT MONROE IN THE PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 46 PERCENT ON THE EASTERN SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 90
PERCENT IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
1.83 INCHES AT PULLMAN IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS...AND 1.72
INCHES AT REPUBLIC IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY AND BEYOND FOR WASHINGTON STATE...FOR THE NEXT
TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK IS FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR MAY CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW OR NEAR
NORMAL PRECIPITATION. THE THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FOR MAY THROUGH JULY
IS ALSO CALLING FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW OR NEAR NORMAL
PRECIPITATION.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2015 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2016.

                        APRIL     WATER YEAR      PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2016       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    36          118          117           110
  OLYMPICS                 40          115          111           108
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       67          121          127           108
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     56          133          125           122
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       63          122          109           110
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     48          124          113           111
  CASCADES WEST            38          125          116           114

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     46          141          124           127
  OKANOGAN                 60          129          124           106
  CENTRAL BASIN            66          133          116           117
  NORTHEAST                70          130          126           106
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     90          114          117            95



THE TABLE BELOW EXPRESSES PRECIPITATION IN INCHES AND AS A PERCENT OF
NORMAL FOR A VARIETY OF LOCATIONS AROUND THE STATE.  OCCASIONALLY
MISSING DATA AT A SITE ARE ESTIMATED USING OBSERVED DATA FROM
SURROUNDING STATIONS.

                     APRIL            WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        2.21     28        93.49    113       105.60    112
HOQUIAM           2.68     53        71.87    125        77.44    119
BELLINGHAM        2.38     92        34.41    129        42.00    124
SEATTLE           1.19     44        44.52    144        49.53    138
OLYMPIA           1.58     45        58.23    137        62.93    130
LONGVIEW          3.09     82        49.17    128        53.11    115

CONCRETE          2.52     50        68.58    120        77.62    116
SNOQUALMIE FALL   1.72     36        60.60    122        68.26    117
RANDLE*           1.99     48        56.22    123        63.16    116
DIABLO DAM        1.48     31        73.15    112        83.39    111
STAMPEDE PASS     2.84     54        91.83    139       100.63    128
PARADISE*         3.14     38       130.26    131       140.87    125

WINTHROP          0.31     41        17.57    164        19.71    135
STEHEKIN          0.42     26        46.54    146        48.51    135
LEAVENWORTH*      0.51     46        34.62    162        35.79    145
MOUNT ADAMS       0.47     19        56.23    138        59.45    130
WENATCHEE         0.50     94         9.30    135        11.21    127
YAKIMA            0.27     49         9.46    152        11.35    137

COULEE DAM        0.65     75         9.78    135        11.30    107
LIND              0.94    113         9.86    135        11.03    115
REPUBLIC          1.72    140        14.66    145        19.27    116
SPOKANE           0.32     25        13.44    114        15.25     95
PULLMAN           1.83    238        17.30    122        21.09    106
DAYTON            1.16     67        15.32    107        17.05     93

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB




000
SXUS46 KSEW 051200
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
500 AM PDT THU MAY 5 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL SHIFT EAST TODAY WITH
DECREASING CLOUDS AND ANY SHOWERS CONFINED TO THE CASCADES. HIGH
PRESSURE ALOFT WILL BUILD OVER THE AREA ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FOR
INCREASED SUNSHINE AND A RETURN TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. A
TROUGH WILL INDUCE COOLER ONSHORE FLOW SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH
MONDAY.

&&

.THURSDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 8000 FEET.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE
EVENING...THEN PARTLY CLOUDY AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
9000 FEET.
.FRIDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 11000 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12000 FEET.
.SATURDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       THU    THU    FRI    FRI    SAT
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     13     15     18     21     23
                     SW 15   E 15  NE 15  NE 20   N 20

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     30     33     37     38     40
                      S 10   E 15   E 15  NE 15   N 20

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     53     43     62     47     64
                      CALM   N 10  NE 10   N 20  NW  5

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     59     47     67     49     69
                     SW  5  NE  5   W  5  NE  5   W  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...

.SATURDAY NIGHT...CLEAR IN THE EVENING THEN BECOMING MOSTLY
CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
8000 FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY IN THE EVENING THEN BECOMING MOSTLY
CLOUDY. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET.
.MONDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE MORNING
THEN BECOMING MOSTLY SUNNY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 8000 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9500 FEET.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE




000
SXUS46 KSEW 051200
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
500 AM PDT THU MAY 5 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL SHIFT EAST TODAY WITH
DECREASING CLOUDS AND ANY SHOWERS CONFINED TO THE CASCADES. HIGH
PRESSURE ALOFT WILL BUILD OVER THE AREA ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FOR
INCREASED SUNSHINE AND A RETURN TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. A
TROUGH WILL INDUCE COOLER ONSHORE FLOW SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH
MONDAY.

&&

.THURSDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 8000 FEET.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE
EVENING...THEN PARTLY CLOUDY AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
9000 FEET.
.FRIDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 11000 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12000 FEET.
.SATURDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       THU    THU    FRI    FRI    SAT
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     13     15     18     21     23
                     SW 15   E 15  NE 15  NE 20   N 20

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     30     33     37     38     40
                      S 10   E 15   E 15  NE 15   N 20

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     53     43     62     47     64
                      CALM   N 10  NE 10   N 20  NW  5

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     59     47     67     49     69
                     SW  5  NE  5   W  5  NE  5   W  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...

.SATURDAY NIGHT...CLEAR IN THE EVENING THEN BECOMING MOSTLY
CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
8000 FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY IN THE EVENING THEN BECOMING MOSTLY
CLOUDY. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET.
.MONDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE MORNING
THEN BECOMING MOSTLY SUNNY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 8000 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9500 FEET.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE



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000
NWUS56 KOTX 050659
LSROTX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
1159 PM PDT WED MAY 04 2016

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1156 PM     TSTM WND DMG     SPOKANE                 47.67N 117.41W
05/04/2016                   SPOKANE            WA   PUBLIC

            POWER LINE DOWN NEAR SHARP AND ATLANTIC VIA SOCIAL MEDIA


&&

$$

AKALIN




000
NWUS56 KOTX 050616
LSROTX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
1116 PM PDT WED MAY 04 2016

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1114 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 W AIRWAY HEIGHTS      47.64N 117.60W
05/04/2016                   SPOKANE            WA   PUBLIC

            REPORTS OF TREES DOWN WEST OF AIRWAY HEIGHTS VIA SOCIAL
            MEDIA


&&

$$

AKALIN




000
NWUS56 KOTX 050616
LSROTX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
1116 PM PDT WED MAY 04 2016

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1114 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 W AIRWAY HEIGHTS      47.64N 117.60W
05/04/2016                   SPOKANE            WA   PUBLIC

            REPORTS OF TREES DOWN WEST OF AIRWAY HEIGHTS VIA SOCIAL
            MEDIA


&&

$$

AKALIN




000
SXUS46 KSEW 042242
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
322 PM PDT WED MAY 4 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL MAINTAIN CLOUDS AND A
CHANCE OF SHOWERS ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON WEDNESDAY NIGHT. THE SYSTEM
SHIFTS EASTWARD THURSDAY WITH DECREASING CLOUDS AND SHOWERS MOSTLY
CONFINED TO THE CASCADES. HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT WILL BUILD OVER THE
AREA ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FOR INCREASED SUNSHINE AND A RETURN TO
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. A TROUGH WILL INDUCE COOLER ONSHORE FLOW
SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY. DRY AND WARMER WEATHER IS POSSIBLE
TOWARD THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK.

&&

.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 8500 FEET.
.THURSDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 8500 FEET.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE
EVENING...THEN MOSTLY CLEAR AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
9500 FEET.
.FRIDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 11500 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       WED    THU    THU    FRI
                     NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     13     13     15     18
                     SW 35   S 15   E 10  NE 15

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     30     31     35     37
                     SW 20  SE  5  NE 15   E 15

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     39     52     41     63
                     NW  5   CALM   N 10  NE 10

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     44     61     45     70
                     CALM    CALM    CALM    CALM

++ 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 CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12000 FEET.
.SATURDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.
.SUNDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 10500 FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 6500 FEET.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 6500 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 7000 FEET.
.TUESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.

$$

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000
SXUS46 KSEW 041115
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
415 AM PDT WED MAY 4 2016

.SYNOPSIS...WEAK LOW PRESSURE ALOFT WILL RESULT IN COOLER AND
SLIGHTLY UNSETTLED CONDITIONS OVER THE REGION THROUGH THURSDAY.
HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT WILL BUILD OVER THE AREA ON FRIDAY FOR
SUNSHINE AND WARMER TEMPERATURES.

&&

.TODAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
8500 FEET.
.TONIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 8500
FEET.
.THURSDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 8000 FEET.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...CLEARING. A CHANCE OF EVENING SHOWERS. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 8500 FEET.
.FRIDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 11500 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                     TODAY  TONIGHT  THU    THU    FRI
                                          NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     12     13     13     16     19
                     SW 50  SW 30   S 15   E 10   E 20

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     30     22     27     22     33
                     SW 35  SW 20   S  5   E 10   E 10

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     50     37     51     37     60
                     SW 10   W  5   CALM   CALM  NE  5

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     62     45     61     42     69
                      CALM   CALM   CALM   CALM   CALM

++ 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 CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12000 FEET.
.SATURDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR
12500 FEET.
.SUNDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL LOWERING TO NEAR 9500
FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 8500 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9500 FEET.

$$

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000
SXUS46 KSEW 041115
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
415 AM PDT WED MAY 4 2016

.SYNOPSIS...WEAK LOW PRESSURE ALOFT WILL RESULT IN COOLER AND
SLIGHTLY UNSETTLED CONDITIONS OVER THE REGION THROUGH THURSDAY.
HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT WILL BUILD OVER THE AREA ON FRIDAY FOR
SUNSHINE AND WARMER TEMPERATURES.

&&

.TODAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
8500 FEET.
.TONIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 8500
FEET.
.THURSDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 8000 FEET.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...CLEARING. A CHANCE OF EVENING SHOWERS. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 8500 FEET.
.FRIDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 11500 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                     TODAY  TONIGHT  THU    THU    FRI
                                          NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     12     13     13     16     19
                     SW 50  SW 30   S 15   E 10   E 20

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     30     22     27     22     33
                     SW 35  SW 20   S  5   E 10   E 10

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     50     37     51     37     60
                     SW 10   W  5   CALM   CALM  NE  5

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     62     45     61     42     69
                      CALM   CALM   CALM   CALM   CALM

++ 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 CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12000 FEET.
.SATURDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR
12500 FEET.
.SUNDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL LOWERING TO NEAR 9500
FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.MONDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 8500 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9500 FEET.

$$

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000
SXUS76 KSEW 040129
RERSEW

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
0630 PM PDT TUE MAY 03 2016

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

A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 74 DEGREES WAS SET AT SEATTLE WA WFO TODAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 72 SET IN 2004.


$$




000
SXUS46 KSEW 032238
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
335 PM PDT TUE MAY 3 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A TROUGH OFF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST COAST WILL MAINTAIN
COOLER ONSHORE FLOW AND SOMEWHAT UNSETTLED CONDITIONS OVER THE AREA
THROUGH THURSDAY. HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY WITH WARMER TEMPERATURES. AN UPPER TROUGH WILL BRUSH
WESTERN WASHINGTON SUNDAY WITH A RETURN TO COOLER ONSHORE FLOW INTO
MONDAY. DRY AND WARMER WEATHER IS POSSIBLE TUESDAY.

&&

.TUESDAY NIGHT...SHOWERS. A CHANCE OF EVENING THUNDERSTORMS. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 8500 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
8500 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 8000 FEET.
.THURSDAY...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
8000 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       TUE    WED    WED    THU
                     NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     13     12     13     13
                      S 45   S 50  SW 20   W 10

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     30     29     29     29
                      S 25   S 25  NW  5  SW  5

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     41     53     39     51
                      N 10   N  5  NW  5  SW  5

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     46     61     44     60
                     CALM   CALM   CALM   CALM

++ 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...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE
EVENING...THEN PARTLY CLOUDY AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
7500 FEET.
.FRIDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9500 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 10000 FEET.
.SATURDAY...SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12500 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 13500 FEET.
.SUNDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 12000 FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.MONDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 8000 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 9000 FEET.

$$

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