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Now that heavy snow is wrapping up this morning, let's talk about the strong easterly winds that will develop this afternoon! Strongest winds expected across the Cascade, Cascade foothills & Puget Sound lowlands. Strong winds also likely along the coast and inland waterways #wawx 

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TODAY-PM rain/snow, highs upper 30s to 40. Very windy on the coast & in the Cascade foothills, gusts 50-60 mph from the east and southeast. THU-Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers, perhaps some lowland snow mixed in. FRI-Partly sunny, chance AM showers, highs near 40. #Q13FOX 

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STRONG WINDS WED Strong E winds are expected to develop across the Cascades, Cascade Foothills, & east Puget Sound lowlands WED Afternoon. Potential Impacts: *Tree Damage *Power Outages *Hazardous Crosswinds *Dangerous Marine Conditions *Possible Blowing/Drifting Snow #wawx 

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Little AM sun. Increasing chance of rain or snow this afternoon. No significant accumulations. Strong gusty winds in the Cascade foothills and som lowland spots. Rain snow mix Thu and Fri without any significant accumulations. Warmer with rain this weekend #k5weather  #k5mornings 

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Here is a timeline beginning tonight - Friday. We are still expecting a band of moderate-heavy snow to impact the area (King County northward) mainly after 8PM. Winds pick up Weds PM-Thursday AM over the Cascade foothills. Slick roads possible for your Wednesday commute! #wawx 

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@tomsresearch2  Hi Tom! There'll be another system later Wednesday into Friday morning with chances for lowland snow and gusty easterly winds through the Cascade gaps into the foothills!

The National Weather Service has delivered a Winter Storm Warning for passes in the Cascades, the valleys of Whatcom and Skagit counties and such towns in the Cascade foothills as Index and Skykomish. Here's all we know about what's on the way:

3.2 earthquake rattles the Fall City/Cascade foothills this morning at 4:41 a.m. Did you feel it? More:

Who is ready for more wind? 🙋‍♀️Well you're in luck! Saturday is shaping up to be another gusty evening. Strongest winds are expected through the western Columbia River Gorge, but coastal gaps & the N. Oregon Cascade foothills will also see some blustery conditions. #ORwx  #WAwx 

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Another cold night in store for the area with many locations dropping into the 20s and some teens possible in the Cascade foothills and Upper Hood River Valley. #orwx  #wawx  #pdxtst 

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Next several morns will be chilly with lows upper 20s - mid 30s. Frost & slick spots possible during morn commute so use caution! Strong easterly winds MON night - TUE aftn, esp Cascade Foothills; 15-30 MPH w/ gusts to 45 MPH possible. #WAwx 

If you're north of Everett, in the Cascade foothills, or in the mountains (Cascades & Olympics), it looks like an all-snow forecast. And plenty of it. Winter storm warnings in effect for the interior from Everett north, areas along the Strait, and, of course, the mountains. #wawx 

Big message for next 48 hours: mostly rain for lowlands (Portland, Kelso, Salem, Eugene), mix of snow & rain Coast Range passes and Cascade foothills (Sandy, Detroit, Oakridge), and feet of #snow  in #Cascades . #tripcheck  #orwx  #wawx  #pdxtst 

The mountain was out today and will be out, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and next Saturday. Highs mostly in the 60s for the next few days with some lower 70's possible along the coast and in the Cascade foothills. #wawx 

An Excessive Heat Warning has been issued for the North Willamette Valley and Columbia River Gorge. A Heat Advisory has been issued for the South Willamette Valley, Cascade Foothills and interior portion of southwest Washington. Both are valid 2 PM Tuesday to 11 PM Thursday.

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More snow expected How much? T-1" coast 1-3" I-5 corridor 3-4" Hood River 3-5" Coast Mtn 3-4" Cascade Foothills 4-6" Cascades When? Tues Morn: Light snow for some areas. Little to no accum Tues Aft/Eve: Accum snow expected to begin. Early Wed morn: Snow ends

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Lowland #snow  tonite-Sun, most will see 1"-2"; up to 4" for #PortAngeles  area & Cascade foothills. <1" for #Seattle & #Bremerton  . 1-2 feet for Mntns; heaviest Cascades. Prepare for slippery roads. Passes severly impacted. Minor cstl fldng along Puget Sound Sun morn. #WAwx 

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