Lingering showers this PM combined with clearing skies & dropping temps tonight may create icy road conditions. Black ice is possible along the N Oregon coast, Coast Range, N Willamette Valley, & adjacent Cascade Foothills. Learn more @ #ORwx #WAwx
The transition to potential snow may occur sooner along the northern Olympic Peninsula, with best chance for any snow potential Monday afternoon-evening for the Puget Sound and Cascade Foothills. Make sure to monitor additional forecasts. #WAwx
It is snowing in the north cascade foothills'>Oregon Cascade Foothills this evening. Drive carefully. Snow is accumulating on roads above 1000 feet with 1 to 3 inches possible through 9 PM.
Sunny skies today with areas of morning fog mainly in the South Sound. East southeast winds gusting to 40 mph in the Cascade foothills. Chance of rain tonight. Additional weather systems arriving next week. #wawx
Another dry day today. It's rare for the first 4 days of December to be dry in Seattle. In 75 years of records at Sea-Tac it has only happened 5 times. Easterly winds gusting as high as 40 mph in the Cascade foothills Saturday. Weak front Saturday night for chance of rain. #wawx
Windy in the Cascade foothills, but howling over the ridgelines. Winds at the Gondola at Crystal Mt. gusted to 85mph between 4-5AM. Data went out between 5-6AM. Ugh! #k5weather
🚩 𝗥𝗘𝗗 𝗙𝗟𝗔𝗚 𝗪𝗔𝗥𝗡𝗜𝗡𝗚⚠️ ⏰ Thru Friday 📌 Central Valley & Foothills, Coast Range, northern Sierra & southern Cascade Range 🌬️🍃 Winds 15-25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. Favored gaps, canyons, & ridgetops could see gusts around 50 mph. #CAwx
Rain is still making its way through the Puget Sound region, and we have new cells popping up in the Cascade foothills. Lightning strikes are still possible, and occurring along the coast so stay aware of that! #wawx
Heavy showers and thunderstorms (some severe) from Sally likely to produce flash flooding in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. Showers and Thunderstorms (some severe) in the cascade foothills'>Oregon Cascade Foothills may cause burn scar mud/debris flows. Fire weather threats continue in the West.
Quite the electric evening across parts of Western Washington. Here is a ⚡️ picture taken by one of our off duty forecasters over the Cascade foothills this evening. If you hear thunder, seek shelter indoors, & watch out for fire starts! #wawx
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
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
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
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