Stanwood, WA

47.3°F / 8.5°C
Overcast
Windchill: 43°F / 6°C
Humidity: 87%
Dew Point: 44°F / 7°C
Wind: SE at 10.0 mph / 16.1 km/h
Wind Gust: 24.0 mph / 38.6 km/h
Pressure: 30.19 in / 1022 hPa (Steady)
Visibility: 10.0 miles / 16.1 kilometers
Clouds: Mostly Cloudy (BKN) : 2900 ft / 883 m
Overcast (OVC) : 4000 ft / 1219 m
Yesterday's Maximum: 45.0°F / 7.2°C
Yesterday's Minimum: 40.8°F / 4.9°C
UV: 0 out of 16
Sunrise:7:41 AM PST
Sunset:4:16 PM PST
Moon Rise:10:01 AM PST
Moon Set:7:23 PM PST
Moon Phase Waxing Crescent
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METAR KAWO 021935Z AUTO 13019G25KT 10SM BKN029 OVC040 08/02 A3019 RMK AO1
As of: 11:45 AM PST on December 02, 2016
Observed at: East Stanwood, Stanwood, WA

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Forecast

Today
rain
49° | 44°F
| 7°C
Saturday
chancerain
49° | 42°F
| 6°C
Sunday
partlycloudy
44° | 36°F
| 2°C
Today is forecast to be
Warmer than yesterday.
Today
Breezy...rain. Rainfall amounts a quarter to a half inch possible. Highs near 50. South wind 15 to 25 mph.
Tonight
Rain likely in the evening...then mostly cloudy with a chance of showers after midnight. Rainfall amounts a tenth to a quarter of an inch possible. Lows in the lower to mid 40s. South wind 10 to 20 mph.
Saturday
Cloudy with a chance of rain in the morning...then rain likely in the afternoon. Rainfall amounts a tenth to a quarter of an inch possible. Highs near 50. South wind 10 to 15 mph.
Saturday Night
Rain at times. Rainfall amounts a quarter to a half inch possible. Lows near 40. Light wind becoming northwest 10 to 15 mph after midnight.
Sunday
Cloudy. A chance of rain in the morning...then a chance of rain and snow showers in the afternoon. Snow level near 500 feet. Highs in the lower to mid 40s. Northwest wind to 10 mph increasing to 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon.
Sunday Night
Mostly cloudy. A chance of rain and snow showers in the evening...then a chance of snow showers after midnight. Snow level below 500 feet. Lows in the lower 30s.
Monday
Snow showers likely. Highs near 40.
Monday Night
Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow showers. Lows in the mid to upper 20s.
Tuesday
Partly sunny with a slight chance of snow showers. Highs in the 30s.
Tuesday Night
Partly cloudy. Lows in the mid to upper 20s.
Wednesday
Mostly cloudy. A chance of snow in the morning... then a chance of rain and snow in the afternoon. Snow level near 200 feet. Highs in the lower 40s.
Wednesday Night
Rain likely. Lows in the mid 30s.
Thursday
Rain likely. Highs in the lower 40s.
As of: 4:00 am PST on December 2, 2016 from station 98292
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Scientific Forecaster Discussion

Warnings & Notices

Special Statement

Expires 3:00 PM PST on December 02, 2016
Statement as of 10:39 PM PST on December 1, 2016

... Colder weather is in store for western Washington early next
week...
... A threat of isolated landslides continues...

A cold front will sweep across western Washington Sunday morning
and usher in a colder air mass. The snow level is forecast to
fall to near 500 feet at most places Sunday afternoon. However,
the air mass will undergo some drying. Therefore, most of the
showers will be confined to the Cascades and within a convergence
zone. This means that elevations above the 500 foot level within
the convergence zone could receive a inch or two of wet snow.

Another low pressure pressure system may bring the possibility of
widespread lowland snow late Sunday night into Monday morning,
with accumulating snowfall possible. This could have an adverse
impact on the Monday morning commute.

Meanwhile, soils remain saturated from heavy rainfall that fell
during the past several weeks. This will maintain the risk of
isolated landslides.


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1039 PM PST Thu Dec 1 2016

... Colder weather is in store for western Washington early next
week...
... A threat of isolated landslides continues...

A cold front will sweep across western Washington Sunday morning
and usher in a colder air mass. The snow level is forecast to
fall to near 500 feet at most places Sunday afternoon. However,
the air mass will undergo some drying. Therefore, most of the
showers will be confined to the Cascades and within a convergence
zone. This means that elevations above the 500 foot level within
the convergence zone could receive a inch or two of wet snow.

Another low pressure pressure system may bring the possibility of
widespread lowland snow late Sunday night into Monday morning,
with accumulating snowfall possible. This could have an adverse
impact on the Monday morning commute.

Meanwhile, soils remain saturated from heavy rainfall that fell
during the past several weeks. This will maintain the risk of
isolated landslides.


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Public Information Statement

Statement as of 9:20 am PST on December 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.


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