Warnings

Flood Warning

  • Mason, WA  

Flood Warning issued January 24 at 9:19AM PST by NWS Seattle WA

...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Washington... Skokomish River At Potlatch affecting Mason County Satsop River Near Satsop affecting Grays Harbor County Rivers coming off of the Olympics will continue to recede today. Scattered showers will continue today with a weak storm Saturday morning and a wetter one Sunday. The Flood Warning continues for The Skokomish River At Potlatch * Until further notice. * At 9:00 AM Friday the stage was 17.7 feet. * Flood stage is 16.5 feet. * Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast. * Forecast...The river has crested and will continue to fall. The falling river level will slow Saturday and Sunday, remaining above flood stage. * Impact...At 17.5 feet, the Skokomish River will cause moderate flooding, with deep and quick flood waters inundating some residential areas, many roads, and much of the farm land in the Skokomish Valley. Inundated roads include the Skokomish Valley road, Bourgault Road West, Purdy Cutoff Road, and Highway 106.

  • Grays Harbor, WA  

Flood Warning issued January 24 at 9:19AM PST until January 25 at 1:12AM PST by NWS Seattle WA

...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Washington... Skokomish River At Potlatch affecting Mason County Satsop River Near Satsop affecting Grays Harbor County Rivers coming off of the Olympics will continue to recede today. Scattered showers will continue today with a weak storm Saturday morning and a wetter one Sunday. The Flood Warning continues for The Satsop River Near Satsop * Until late tonight. * At 8:15 AM Friday the stage was 38.7 feet. * Flood stage is 38.0 feet. * Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast. * Forecast...The river crested at 39.5 feet at 11 PM Thursday and will continue to fall to below flood stage late this afternoon. * Impact...At 38.0 feet, the Satsop River will flood low pasture lands and some roads along the river.

Statements

Special Weather Statement

  • Admiralty Inlet Area  
  • Western Whatcom County  
  • Seattle and Vicinity  
  • Everett and Vicinity  
  • West Slopes North Central Cascades and Passes  
  • Southwest Interior  
  • Olympics  
  • Central Coast  
  • Bremerton and Vicinity  
  • Western Skagit County  
  • West Slopes North Cascades and Passes  
  • North Coast  
  • San Juan County  
  • Lower Chehalis Valley Area  
  • West Slopes South Central Cascades and Passes  
  • Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca  
  • Tacoma Area  
  • Bellevue and Vicinity  
  • East Puget Sound Lowlands  
  • Western Strait of Juan De Fuca  
  • Hood Canal Area  

Special Weather Statement issued January 24 at 10:12AM PST by NWS Seattle WA

The increased threat of landslides due to recent precipitation will slowly diminish over the next couple of days down to average levels for this time of year. At least a few landslides were reported earlier and an isolated landslide can not be ruled out. While additional rainfall is expected, it will not enough to keep the threat of landslides elevated or be a significant trigger for new landslides. Therefore the alert for enhance landslide threat will be allowed to expire this evening. For more information about current conditions, visit www.weather.gov/seattle, select Hydrology, and then scroll down for the links to the landslide information pages. For more information on landslides, visit the website for the Washington State Department of Natural Resources landslide geologic hazards at: http://bit.ly/2mtA3wn

  • Admiralty Inlet Area  
  • Western Whatcom County  
  • Seattle and Vicinity  
  • Everett and Vicinity  
  • West Slopes North Central Cascades and Passes  
  • Southwest Interior  
  • Olympics  
  • Central Coast  
  • Bremerton and Vicinity  
  • Western Skagit County  
  • West Slopes North Cascades and Passes  
  • North Coast  
  • San Juan County  
  • Lower Chehalis Valley Area  
  • West Slopes South Central Cascades and Passes  
  • Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca  
  • Tacoma Area  
  • Bellevue and Vicinity  
  • East Puget Sound Lowlands  
  • Western Strait of Juan De Fuca  
  • Hood Canal Area  

Special Weather Statement issued January 23 at 7:54PM PST by NWS Seattle WA

Lowland snowmelt last week and recent rainfall has increased soil moisture to high levels across western Washington. The ground remains at threshold levels of saturation, and ongoing moderate to heavy rainfall continuing through Friday will put extra pressure on soil instability, leading to an increased threat of landslides. Additional rainfall amounts of one half inch to two inches are expected through Friday. At least a few landslides has already been reported yesterday and today. More landslides remain possible. Areas above 6000 feet in elevation will see mostly snow and not be affected. For more information about current conditions, visit www.weather.gov/seattle, select Hydrology, and then scroll down for the links to the landslide information pages. For more information on landslides, visit the website for the Washington State Department of Natural Resources landslide geologic hazards at: http://bit.ly/2mtA3wn




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