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SXUS46 KSEW 040032
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
432 PM PST SAT DEC 3 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A STRONG FRONT WILL BRING HEAVY SNOW TO THE MOUNTAIN
THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING. MUCH COLDER TEMPERATURES INFILTRATE THE
AREA MONDAY TROUGH WEDNESDAY. SNOW SHOWERS MONDAY WILL OCCUR EVEN
CLOSE TO SEA-LEVEL. A SYSTEM ARRIVING WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND
THURSDAY WILL BRING ANOTHER PERIOD OF SNOW POSSIBLY CONTINUING
INTO FRIDAY. STRONG EASTERLY WINDS COULD ALSO DEVELOP. UNSETTLED
WEATHER CONTINUES INTO NEXT WEEKENEND.

&&

.IMPACTS...STORMY WEATHER 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.

&&

...WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON PST SUNDAY...

.SATURDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR
PARADISE OF 8 TO 14 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...SNOW IN THE MORNING...THEN SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY IN THE
AFTERNOON. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE OF 4 INCHES. TOTAL
SNOW ACCUMULATION 12 TO 18 INCHES.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.MONDAY...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. MODERATE SNOW ACCUMULATIONS.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       SAT    SUN    SUN    MON
                     NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)      0    -12    -19    -19
                      W 90   W 80   W 45   W 35

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     13      4      0      1
                      W 50  NW 40   W 30   W 25

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     24     27     12     22
                      W 20  NW  5   W 10   W 10

LONGMIRE  (2760 FT)     34     36     18     30
                      W  5   W 10   N  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...

.MONDAY NIGHT...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.TUESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1000 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1500 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW IN THE
EVENING...THEN SNOW LIKELY AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.THURSDAY...SNOW IN THE MORNING...THEN SNOW LIKELY IN THE
AFTERNOON.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
3000 FEET.
.FRIDAY...SNOW LIKELY.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 2000 FEET.
.SATURDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE



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000
NWUS56 KOTX 031709
LSROTX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
909 AM PST SAT DEC 3 2016

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

0800 AM     SNOW             1 N POST FALLS          47.73N 116.94W
12/03/2016  M2.0 INCH        KOOTENAI           ID   TRAINED SPOTTER

            . THE DURATION OF THE SNOW EVENT WAS 24
            HOURS. THE REPORTED OBSERVER LOCATION WAS 1
            MI N POST FALLS.


&&

$$

NWS SPOKANE WA
IRIS SYSTEM





000
NWUS56 KOTX 031709
LSROTX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
909 AM PST SAT DEC 3 2016

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

0800 AM     SNOW             1 N POST FALLS          47.73N 116.94W
12/03/2016  M2.0 INCH        KOOTENAI           ID   TRAINED SPOTTER

            . THE DURATION OF THE SNOW EVENT WAS 24
            HOURS. THE REPORTED OBSERVER LOCATION WAS 1
            MI N POST FALLS.


&&

$$

NWS SPOKANE WA
IRIS SYSTEM





000
NWUS56 KOTX 031704
LSROTX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
904 AM PST SAT DEC 3 2016

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

0800 AM     SNOW             8 SE NORTHPORT          48.85N 117.63W
12/03/2016  M1.1 INCH        STEVENS            WA   TRAINED SPOTTER

            . THE DURATION OF THE SNOW EVENT WAS 24
            HOURS. THE REPORTED OBSERVER LOCATION WAS
            8.3 MI SE NORTHPORT.


&&

$$

NWS SPOKANE WA
IRIS SYSTEM





000
NWUS56 KOTX 031607
LSROTX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
807 AM PST SAT DEC 3 2016

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

0806 AM     SNOW             5 S NORTHPORT           48.85N 117.77W
12/03/2016  U2.0 INCH        STEVENS            WA   TRAINED SPOTTER

            .


&&

$$

NWS SPOKANE WA
IRIS SYSTEM





000
NWUS56 KOTX 031307
LSROTX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
507 AM PST SAT DEC 3 2016

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

0502 AM     SNOW             3 ESE PRICHARD          47.64N 115.92W
12/03/2016  U3.0 INCH        SHOSHONE           ID   TRAINED SPOTTER

            AS OF 3:30 AM. STILL SNOWING AT TIME OF
            OBSERVATION.


&&

$$

AK





000
SXUS46 KSEW 031220
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
420 AM PST SAT DEC 3 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A LITTLE BREAK IN BETWEEN SYSTEMS EARLY TODAY. A
VIGOROUS COLD FRONT WILL ARRIVE LATE TONIGHT, FOLLOWED BY A COLD
UPPER TROUGH SUNDAY THROUGH LATE MONDAY. AFTER A COUPLE OF COLD
AND DRY DAYS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY THE NEXT SYSTEM ARRIVING
WEDNESDAY NIGHT OR THURSDAY WILL BRING WARMER AIR AND RISING SNOW
LEVELS.

&&

.IMPACTS...STORMY WEATHER 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.

&&

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO
2 PM PST SUNDAY...

.SATURDAY...BREEZY. MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE
MORNING...THEN RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY IN THE AFTERNOON. SNOW
ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE OF 1 TO 3 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
3500 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR
PARADISE OF 5 TO 8 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.
.SUNDAY...SNOW IN THE MORNING...THEN SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY IN THE
AFTERNOON. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE OF 2 TO 3 INCHES.
TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE 8 TO 14 INCHES.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.MONDAY...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. HEAVY SNOW ACCUMULATIONS.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       SAT    SAT    SUN    SUN    MON
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)      7      0    -10    -20    -20
                      W 70   W 75   W 60  NW 30   W 25

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     14     13      5      0      1
                      W 35   W 45  NW 35   W 25   W 20

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     29     24     26     14     22
                      W 20   W 20  SW  5  NW  5  SW  5

LONGMIRE  (2760 FT)     38     34     35     17     30
                      W 15   W 15  NW 10  CALM   SW 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...

.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1000 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...SNOW LIKELY.
.THURSDAY...SNOW LIKELY.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
3000 FEET.
.FRIDAY...SNOW LIKELY.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE




000
SXUS46 KSEW 030010
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
410 PM PST FRI DEC 2 2016

.SYNOPSIS...PRECIPITATION WILL TAPER TO SHOWERS TONIGHT AND
SATURDAY MORNING. A VIGOROUS FRONT BRINGS HEAVY SNOW TO THE
MOUNTAIN SATURDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH SUNDAY AFTERNOON. A SYSTEM
ARRIVING WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY COULD BRING SOME LOW
ELEVATION SNOW BEFORE WARM AIR BRINGS RISING SNOW LEVELS.

&&

.IMPACTS...STORMY WEATHER 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.

&&

...WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH
SUNDAY AFTERNOON...

.FRIDAY NIGHT...BREEZY...SHOWERS. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE
AROUND 2 TO 4 INCHS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET DECREASING TO 3500
FEET AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.SATURDAY...WINDY. SHOWERS IN THE MORNING...THEN RAIN AND SNOW IN
THE AFTERNOON. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE OF 1 TO 3 INCHES.
SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR
PARADISE OF 1 FOOT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.
.SUNDAY...SNOW BECOMING SNOW SHOWERS. MODERATE SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       FRI    SAT    SAT    SUN
                     NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)      6      6      0    -10
                      W 85   W 85   W 85   W 70

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     13     14     13      5
                      W 45   W 40   W 50  NW 40

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     24     30     23     27
                      W 25   W 30   W 20   W 10

LONGMIRE  (2760 FT)     35     39     33     37
                     NW 10  NW 10   W 10   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...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.MONDAY...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...SNOW LIKELY.
.THURSDAY...SNOW LIKELY.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET
DECREASING TO 500 FEET AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.FRIDAY...SNOW LIKELY.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE




000
SXUS46 KSEW 030010
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
410 PM PST FRI DEC 2 2016

.SYNOPSIS...PRECIPITATION WILL TAPER TO SHOWERS TONIGHT AND
SATURDAY MORNING. A VIGOROUS FRONT BRINGS HEAVY SNOW TO THE
MOUNTAIN SATURDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH SUNDAY AFTERNOON. A SYSTEM
ARRIVING WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY COULD BRING SOME LOW
ELEVATION SNOW BEFORE WARM AIR BRINGS RISING SNOW LEVELS.

&&

.IMPACTS...STORMY WEATHER 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.

&&

...WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH
SUNDAY AFTERNOON...

.FRIDAY NIGHT...BREEZY...SHOWERS. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE
AROUND 2 TO 4 INCHS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET DECREASING TO 3500
FEET AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.SATURDAY...WINDY. SHOWERS IN THE MORNING...THEN RAIN AND SNOW IN
THE AFTERNOON. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE OF 1 TO 3 INCHES.
SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR
PARADISE OF 1 FOOT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.
.SUNDAY...SNOW BECOMING SNOW SHOWERS. MODERATE SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       FRI    SAT    SAT    SUN
                     NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)      6      6      0    -10
                      W 85   W 85   W 85   W 70

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     13     14     13      5
                      W 45   W 40   W 50  NW 40

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     24     30     23     27
                      W 25   W 30   W 20   W 10

LONGMIRE  (2760 FT)     35     39     33     37
                     NW 10  NW 10   W 10   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...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.MONDAY...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 1000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...SNOW LIKELY.
.THURSDAY...SNOW LIKELY.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET
DECREASING TO 500 FEET AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.FRIDAY...SNOW LIKELY.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE



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000
NOUS46 KSEW 021717
PNSSEW
WAZ001-503-504-506-507-509>517-555-556-558-559-567>569-150551-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Seattle WA
920 AM PST Fri Dec 2 2016

...Adjustment to be made to the flood level for the new flood
warning point at White River at R Street gage...

The flood flow level for the White River at R St. gage will be
adjusted from 6,000 cubic feet per second (cfs)to 5,500 cfs starting
Monday morning, December 5, 2016. Additional evaluations have
indicated that flood impacts could be expected with flows starting
at the 5,500 cfs level. Due to the changing nature of the stream
channel of the lower White River, there is a fair amount of
uncertainty regarding at what river level the flooding will begin.
This evolving nature of the river will likely mean continued
adjustments to the flood levels as we see what the actual flood
impacts are under high water conditions in the coming months and
years.

Flood warnings for the White River R St. gage will address flooding
from Auburn down to the confluence with the Puyallup River,including
the cities of Auburn, Pacific, and Sumner. This area has seen an
increasing flood threat over the last several years due to changes
in the stream bed. Here are the flood levels for the three flood
categories that will be in effect as of December 5, 2016:

Minor Flood flow/flood warning level.....5,500 cfs
Moderate Flood flow......................8,000 cfs
Major Flood flow........................10,000 cfs


If you would like more information about the National Weather
Service hydrologic services in the Seattle area...please contact
Brent Bower...Senior Service Hydrologist...at 206-526-6095.

$$

weather.gov/seattle

$$

jbb




000
NOUS46 KSEW 021717
PNSSEW
WAZ001-503-504-506-507-509>517-555-556-558-559-567>569-150551-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Seattle WA
920 AM PST Fri Dec 2 2016

...Adjustment to be made to the flood level for the new flood
warning point at White River at R Street gage...

The flood flow level for the White River at R St. gage will be
adjusted from 6,000 cubic feet per second (cfs)to 5,500 cfs starting
Monday morning, December 5, 2016. Additional evaluations have
indicated that flood impacts could be expected with flows starting
at the 5,500 cfs level. Due to the changing nature of the stream
channel of the lower White River, there is a fair amount of
uncertainty regarding at what river level the flooding will begin.
This evolving nature of the river will likely mean continued
adjustments to the flood levels as we see what the actual flood
impacts are under high water conditions in the coming months and
years.

Flood warnings for the White River R St. gage will address flooding
from Auburn down to the confluence with the Puyallup River,including
the cities of Auburn, Pacific, and Sumner. This area has seen an
increasing flood threat over the last several years due to changes
in the stream bed. Here are the flood levels for the three flood
categories that will be in effect as of December 5, 2016:

Minor Flood flow/flood warning level.....5,500 cfs
Moderate Flood flow......................8,000 cfs
Major Flood flow........................10,000 cfs


If you would like more information about the National Weather
Service hydrologic services in the Seattle area...please contact
Brent Bower...Senior Service Hydrologist...at 206-526-6095.

$$

weather.gov/seattle

$$

jbb




000
SXUS46 KSEW 021202
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
402 AM PST FRI DEC 2 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A WARM FRONT WILL DISSIPATE OVER WESTERN WASHINGTON
THIS MORNING. THE TRAILING COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE PARK
IN THE EARLY EVENING HOURS. ANOTHER WEAK FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH
ON SATURDAY. A STRONG COLD FRONT SATURDAY NIGHT WILL BE FOLLOWED
BY A COLD UPPER TROUGH SUNDAY AND MONDAY. COLD AND MAINLY DRY
WEATHER ON TUESDAY. A WARMER AND WETTER WEATHER PATTERN WILL
DEVELOP AROUND THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK.

&&

.IMPACTS...STORMY WEATHER WILL CREATE DIFFICULT BACKCOUNTRY
SKIING AND MOUNTAINEERING CONDITIONS ACROSS MUCH OF THE ALPINE
TERRAIN OF MT. RAINIER...INCLUDING THE MUIR SNOWFIELD BEGINNING
FRIDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUING INTO AT LEAST SUNDAY MORNING.
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.

&&

.FRIDAY...RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE OF 2 TO
3 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW IN THE EVENING...THEN
SHOWERS AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE UP TO
1 INCH. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5500 FEET DECREASING TO 3500 FEET AFTER
MIDNIGHT.
.SATURDAY...WINDY. RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY IN THE MORNING...THEN
RAIN AND SNOW IN THE AFTERNOON. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE
OF 1 TO 2 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW. HEAVY SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...SNOW IN THE MORNING...THEN SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY IN THE
AFTERNOON. MODERATE SNOW ACCUMULATIONS.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       FRI    FRI    SAT    SAT    SUN
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     11      7      6      0    -12
                     NW 50   W 75   W 70   W 70   W 50

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     20     16     15     13      4
                      W 25   W 40   W 40   W 45  NW 30

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     29     26     30     25     22
                      W 15   W 25   W 30   W 25  NW  5

LONGMIRE  (2760 FT)     39     35     39     33     30
                      CALM   W 10   W 10   W 10   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...

.SUNDAY NIGHT...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.MONDAY...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW
SHOWERS.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...SNOW LIKELY.
.THURSDAY...SNOW LIKELY.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE




000
SXUS46 KSEW 021202
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
402 AM PST FRI DEC 2 2016

.SYNOPSIS...A WARM FRONT WILL DISSIPATE OVER WESTERN WASHINGTON
THIS MORNING. THE TRAILING COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE PARK
IN THE EARLY EVENING HOURS. ANOTHER WEAK FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH
ON SATURDAY. A STRONG COLD FRONT SATURDAY NIGHT WILL BE FOLLOWED
BY A COLD UPPER TROUGH SUNDAY AND MONDAY. COLD AND MAINLY DRY
WEATHER ON TUESDAY. A WARMER AND WETTER WEATHER PATTERN WILL
DEVELOP AROUND THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK.

&&

.IMPACTS...STORMY WEATHER WILL CREATE DIFFICULT BACKCOUNTRY
SKIING AND MOUNTAINEERING CONDITIONS ACROSS MUCH OF THE ALPINE
TERRAIN OF MT. RAINIER...INCLUDING THE MUIR SNOWFIELD BEGINNING
FRIDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUING INTO AT LEAST SUNDAY MORNING.
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.

&&

.FRIDAY...RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE OF 2 TO
3 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW IN THE EVENING...THEN
SHOWERS AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE UP TO
1 INCH. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5500 FEET DECREASING TO 3500 FEET AFTER
MIDNIGHT.
.SATURDAY...WINDY. RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY IN THE MORNING...THEN
RAIN AND SNOW IN THE AFTERNOON. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE
OF 1 TO 2 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW. HEAVY SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...SNOW IN THE MORNING...THEN SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY IN THE
AFTERNOON. MODERATE SNOW ACCUMULATIONS.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       FRI    FRI    SAT    SAT    SUN
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     11      7      6      0    -12
                     NW 50   W 75   W 70   W 70   W 50

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     20     16     15     13      4
                      W 25   W 40   W 40   W 45  NW 30

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     29     26     30     25     22
                      W 15   W 25   W 30   W 25  NW  5

LONGMIRE  (2760 FT)     39     35     39     33     30
                      CALM   W 10   W 10   W 10   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...

.SUNDAY NIGHT...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.MONDAY...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW
SHOWERS.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...SNOW LIKELY.
.THURSDAY...SNOW LIKELY.

$$

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000
SXUS76 KOTX 012352
REROTX

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE, WA
0351 PM PDT THU DEC 1 2016

...RECORD HIGH AVERAGE TEMPERATURES FOR NOVEMBER...

LOCATION       AVG TEMP 2016       PREVIOUS       YEAR
LIND 3 NE         47.6               44.9         2012
EHPRATA MUNI AP   45.2               44.1         1999
RITZVILLE 1 SSE   44.5               43.4         1917
WENATCHEE         46.9               45.4         1990
HARTLINE          43.5               42.1         1999
HOLDEN VILLAGE    35.4               34.9         1966
CHIEF JOSEPH DAM  45.4               43.8         1949
MAZAMA            38.9               36.3         1987
COEUR D`ALENE     44.2               42.8         1954
LACROSSE          45.1               44.8         1934
CHEWELAH          41.8               41.7         1934
BOUNDARY DAM      40.8               39.0         1987
NORTHPORT         42.7               41.9         1954

$$




000
SXUS76 KOTX 012352
REROTX

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE, WA
0351 PM PDT THU DEC 1 2016

...RECORD HIGH AVERAGE TEMPERATURES FOR NOVEMBER...

LOCATION       AVG TEMP 2016       PREVIOUS       YEAR
LIND 3 NE         47.6               44.9         2012
EHPRATA MUNI AP   45.2               44.1         1999
RITZVILLE 1 SSE   44.5               43.4         1917
WENATCHEE         46.9               45.4         1990
HARTLINE          43.5               42.1         1999
HOLDEN VILLAGE    35.4               34.9         1966
CHIEF JOSEPH DAM  45.4               43.8         1949
MAZAMA            38.9               36.3         1987
COEUR D`ALENE     44.2               42.8         1954
LACROSSE          45.1               44.8         1934
CHEWELAH          41.8               41.7         1934
BOUNDARY DAM      40.8               39.0         1987
NORTHPORT         42.7               41.9         1954

$$




000
SXUS46 KSEW 012256
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
256 PM PST THU DEC 1 2016

.SYNOPSIS...RAIN AND SNOW WILL FALL AT TIMES AS WEATHER SYSTEMS
REACH THE PARK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. A STRONG COLD FRONT SATURDAY
NIGHT WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A COLD UPPER TROUGH SUNDAY AND MONDAY.
COLD AND MAINLY DRY WEATHER ON TUESDAY COULD TURN WETTER AGAIN
AROUND THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK.

&&

.IMPACTS...THE WEATHER WILL BECOME STORMIER THROUGH THE END OF THE
WEEK AND ESPECIALLY OVER THE WEEKEND. THIS WILL CREATE
INCREASINGLY 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...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 2500 FEET.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.
.FRIDAY...RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE OF 2 TO
4 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 4000 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...WINDY. RAIN AND SNOW. MODERATE SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 4500 FEET.
.SATURDAY...WINDY. RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. LIGHT SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       THU    THU    FRI    FRI    SAT
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     -2      4     11      8      7
                     NW 45  NW 50  NW 50   W 70   W 75

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)      8     14     20     17     17
                     NW 25  NW 25   W 25   W 40   W 45

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     31     24     34     28     32
                      W 10   W 10   W 15   W 25   W 30

LONGMIRE  (2760 FT)     37     32     40     35     39
                      W 10   CALM   N  5  NW  5  NW 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...HEAVY AT TIMES. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...RAIN AND SNOW IN THE MORNING...HEAVY AT TIMES. THEN
HEAVY SNOW SHOWERS IN THE AFTERNOON. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 2000 FEET IN
THE MORNING THEN FALLING TO 500 FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL AT THE SURFACE.
.MONDAY...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. COLD.
.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. COLD.
.TUESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. COLD.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW
SHOWERS. COLD.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE




000
SXUS46 KSEW 011202
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
402 AM PST THU DEC 1 2016

.SYNOPSIS...WEAK HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD INTO THE AREA TODAY. A
WARM FRONT WILL REACH THE PARK FRIDAY. A STRONGER FRONT WILL MOVE
THROUGH THE PARK LATER SATURDAY. A COLD UPPER TROUGH WILL
SHIFT OVER THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST SUNDAY INTO MONDAY.

&&

.IMPACTS...STORMY WEATHER WILL CREATE DIFFICULT BACKCOUNTRY
SKIING AND MOUNTAINEERING CONDITIONS ACROSS MUCH OF THE ALPINE
TERRAIN OF MT. RAINIER...INCLUDING THE MUIR SNOWFIELD BEGINNING
FRIDAY. 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...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 2500 FEET.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE EVENING...
THEN A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
3000 FEET.
.FRIDAY...RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW ACCUMULATION NEAR PARADISE OF 3 TO
4 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW IN THE EVENING...THEN SHOWERS AFTER
MIDNIGHT. LIGHT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5500 FEET
DECREASING TO 4000 FEET AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.SATURDAY...RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. LIGHT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 2500 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       THU    THU    FRI    FRI    SAT
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     -2      3     11      8      8
                     NW 45  NW 50  NW 45   W 70   W 75

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)      9     14     21     19     17
                     NW 30  NW 25   W 25   W 45   W 45

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     30     24     32     26     31
                      W 10  SW  5   S 10  SW 15   W 15

LONGMIRE  (2760 FT)     37     32     40     35     39
                      W 10  SW  5   S  5  SW 10   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...

.SATURDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...RAIN AND SNOW IN THE MORNING...THEN SNOW SHOWERS IN THE
AFTERNOON. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 2000 FEET IN THE MORNING.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY.
.MONDAY...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.MONDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW
SHOWERS.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE




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