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Updated: 2:30pm on 7/23/14

(location)

Currently:
83.1

Clear
Scattered Clouds

High: 91.0 
(11:24am) 
Low: 59.2 
(5:04am)
Wind: 6 mph from the N
Gust: 6 mph
Today's High Wind: 9 mph (12:59am)
Humidity: 37%
Pressure: 29.97 in  (Falling) 
Pressure Rate: -0.020 in/hr
Dew Point: 54.2
Wind Chill: 83.1
Heat Index (feels like): 82.0
Comfort Level: Warm
Temperature Rate:  0.99/hr
 
5 Day Forecast
 
Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
T-storms Partly Cloudy Clear Clear Partly Cloudy
79 79 84 88 95
57 55 57 61 64

Records and Normals
 
Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 79 90 107
(2006)
Low 57 59 44
(1964)
 
Weather Advisories
Warning Date: 1:50 PM PDT on July 23, 2014
Warning Description: Flash Flood Warning
Full Advisory Text...
Weather Map

Almanac
 
Sunrise:  
5:24am
Moonrise: 
2:48am

Moon Phase:
12%

Sunset: 
8:48pm
Moonset:  
6:18pm
 Star Chart...
Rainfall Totals
Hourly Rain 0.00 in
Daily Rain: 0.00 in
Monthly Rain: 0.00 in
Yearly Rain: 0.00 in
Normal Rain, month to date: 0.10 in
Normal Rain, year to date: 5.32 in
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Humidity 
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Wind 
(mph)
from the Wind Gust 
(mph) 
Pressure (in) Hourly
Rain (in)
KWAOKANO2 Okanogan OKANOGAN / MALOTT

07/23 14:30:04

83.1

54.0

37

6

North

6

29.97

0.00

KWABREWS2 Brewster Brewster Neighborhood Weather

07/23 14:30:08

78.7

59.0

51

21

WSW

21

29.76

0.00

MBCRW1 Tonasket HADS BONAPARTE CREEK AT TONASKET WA US WADOECO

07/23 11:30:00

-17.0

0.0

0

0

North

0

0.00

0.00

MLEFW1 Carlton RAWS LEECHER WA US

07/23 13:25:00

60.0

46.0

60

6

SSE

18

0.00

0.01

KOMK Omak Official Station

07/23 14:21:00

76.0

61.0

60

0

North

---

29.82

---

KEAT Wenatchee Official Station

07/23 13:55:00

72.0

57.0

59

13

NW

---

29.89

---

KEPH Ephrata Official Station

07/23 13:53:00

81.0

56.0

42

13

SW

---

29.86

---

KWABREWS2 Brewster Brewster Neighborhood Weather

07/23 14:30:15

78.7

59.0

51

18

WSW

21

29.76

0.00

KWAOKANO2 Okanogan OKANOGAN / MALOTT

07/23 14:30:04

83.1

54.0

37

6

North

6

29.97

0.00

MTCHEL Chelan Falls MesoWest Chelan WA US WA DOT

07/23 12:10:00

74.0

58.0

57

9

SW

12

29.86

0.00

KWACHELA4 Chelan The Highlands

07/23 14:20:04

72.3

62.0

71

2

West

6

29.84

0.02

KWACHELA2 Chelan APRSWXNET Chelan Area

07/23 14:30:12

71.2

56.0

59

6

West

10

28.64

0.00

MCMFW1 Methow RAWS CAMP 4 WA US

07/23 13:26:00

63.0

56.0

78

2

East

10

0.00

0.03

MLEFW1 Carlton RAWS LEECHER WA US

07/23 13:25:00

60.0

46.0

60

6

SSE

18

0.00

0.01

KOMK Omak Official Station

07/23 14:21:00

76.0

61.0

60

0

North

---

29.82

---

KEAT Wenatchee Official Station

07/23 13:55:00

72.0

57.0

59

13

NW

---

29.89

---

KEPH Ephrata Official Station

07/23 13:53:00

81.0

56.0

42

13

SW

---

29.86

---

KMWH Moses Lake Official Station

07/23 13:52:00

82.0

56.0

41

13

SW

---

29.87

---

KWAOKANO2 Okanogan OKANOGAN / MALOTT

07/23 14:30:04

83.1

54.0

37

6

North

6

29.97

0.00

KWABREWS2 Brewster Brewster Neighborhood Weather

07/23 14:30:08

78.7

59.0

51

21

WSW

21

29.76

0.00

MBCRW1 Tonasket HADS BONAPARTE CREEK AT TONASKET WA US WADOECO

07/23 11:30:00

-17.0

0.0

0

0

North

0

0.00

0.00

MLEFW1 Carlton RAWS LEECHER WA US

07/23 13:25:00

60.0

46.0

60

6

SSE

18

0.00

0.01

KOMK Omak Official Station

07/23 14:21:00

76.0

61.0

60

0

North

---

29.82

---

KEAT Wenatchee Official Station

07/23 13:55:00

72.0

57.0

59

13

NW

---

29.89

---

KEPH Ephrata Official Station

07/23 13:53:00

81.0

56.0

42

13

SW

---

29.86

---

KWACHELA4 Chelan The Highlands

07/23 14:20:04

72.3

62.0

71

2

West

6

29.84

0.02

KWACHELA2 Chelan APRSWXNET Chelan Area

07/23 14:30:18

71.2

56.0

59

6

West

6

28.64

0.00

KWACHELA3 Chelan Rocky Point

07/23 14:25:09

67.6

61.0

80

7

WNW

14

29.85

0.00

MTCHEL Chelan Falls MesoWest Chelan WA US WA DOT

07/23 12:10:00

74.0

58.0

57

9

SW

12

29.86

0.00

MTKNAP Orondo MesoWest Knapps Tunnel WA US WA DOT

07/23 12:10:00

69.0

60.0

73

6

South

12

0.00

0.00

MERAW1 Entiat RAWS ENTIAT V WA US

07/23 13:25:00

77.0

64.0

64

5

WSW

12

0.00

0.00

MTWATE Entiat MesoWest Waterville WA US WA DOT

07/23 13:15:00

69.0

57.0

66

9

WSW

14

0.00

0.00

KWAENTIA3 Entiat Entiat Valley

07/23 14:30:12

66.8

62.0

83

5

NW

10

29.85

0.00

MROAW1 Entiat HADS ROARING CREEK NEAR MOUTH NEAR EN WA US WADOECO

07/23 11:45:00

69.0

0.0

0

0

North

0

0.00

0.00

KWAENTIA4 Entiat Entiat Neighborhood Weather

07/23 12:30:56

67.5

65.0

91

0

SW

0

28.14

0.08

KWAEASTW12 East Wenatchee Turtle Rock

07/23 14:29:49

74.2

58.0

57

4

SE

9

29.06

0.00

MTT246 Entiat RAWS ENTIAT WA US

07/23 13:42:00

67.0

57.0

70

11

WNW

21

0.00

0.00

MDOUW1 Waterville RAWS DOUGLAS WA US

07/23 13:48:00

70.0

57.0

63

11

WNW

18

0.00

0.00

MCMFW1 Methow RAWS CAMP 4 WA US

07/23 13:26:00

63.0

56.0

78

2

East

10

0.00

0.03

MOKPW1 Ardenvoir RAWS ENTIAT PORTABLE WA US

07/23 13:24:00

59.0

58.0

96

1

SSW

5

0.00

0.01

Full Advisory Text
Warning Description: Flash Flood Warning

Warning Date: 1:50 PM PDT on July 23, 2014

WarningSum:...The Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 400 Pm Pdt For 
The Carlton And Cougar Complex Burn Scars In South Central 
Okanogan County...

Warning Message:At 150 PM PDT...Doppler radar indicated that additional storms are 
moving over the warned area and more rain is expected. 
Rainfall over the burn scars can result in debris flows. The debris 
flow can consist of rock...mud...vegetation and other loose 
materials.
Some locations that will experience flooding include...
Twisp...foggy dew campground...crater creek campground and Carlton. 
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
Move to higher ground now. Act quickly to protect your life.
The affected areas are the Cougar complex fire burn scars between 
the Okanogan and Methow rivers. High intensity rainfall on the 
burned areas may cause dangerous flash flooding and debris flows. 
Residents and motorists in and below the Cougar complex fire burn 
scar in the Methow and Okanogan valleys...including motorists on 
State Highway 20 between Twisp and the Okanogan river... and State 
Highway 153 from Carlton to Winthrop...should take immediate 
precautions to protect life and property.
The affected areas are the Carlton complex fire burn scars above the 
Methow River Valley. High intensity rainfall on the burned areas may 
cause dangerous flash flooding and debris flows. Residents and 
motorists in and below the Carlton complex fire burn scar in the 
Methow Valley and State Highway 153 from Pateros to Twisp...should 
take immediate precautions to protect life and property.
Lat...Lon 4847 11996 4812 12014 4821 12024 4854 12009
Kr
WarningDesc:Flash Flood Watch

WarningDate:7:04 am PDT on July 23, 2014

WarningSum:...Flash Flood Watch Remains In Effect Through This Evening...

Warning Message:The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* a portion of north central Washington...including the 
  following areas...east slopes northern Cascades...Okanogan 
  Valley and Wenatchee area. 
* Through this evening
* a moist low pressure system will produce a band of moderate to 
  heavy rainfall over the east slopes of the northern Cascades. 
  Embedded in this band will be the potential for some 
  thunderstorms with very heavy rainfall rates. Thunderstorms 
  will continue to be possible over the area into the evening 
  hours. 
* Heavy rainfall may lead to flash flooding or mud and debris 
  flows. The areas of greatest concern will be in and around the 
  recent burn scars from wildfires in 2012...2013...and so far 
  through 2014. This includes the following burn scars... 
The Carlton complex fire affecting residents...businesses...and 
motorists in the Methow Valley and portions of the Okanogan
Valley. This includes motorists on US Highway 97 from Chelan to
Brewster and State Highway 153 from Pateros to Twisp.
The Mills canyon fire affecting residents and motorists in Mills
Canyon and other nearby canyons in the Entiat River Valley...as
well as motorists below the burned areas on Entiat River Road and
U.S. Highway 97a.
The Lone Mountain fire in the Stehekin River valley affecting
residents and recreationists in and below Boulder Creek and those
on the Stehekin River Road below the Boulder Creek drainage.
The canyon...poison... and Peavine fires above the cities of
Cashmere and Wenatchee.
The Byrd Canyon fire affecting residents and motorists in Crum
Canyon...Oklahoma Gulch...and Byrd Canyon as well as Highway
97 below the canyons.
The First Creek fire...affecting residents and motorists along
First Creek and in the Lake Chelan State Park...as well as those
residents that live at the mouth of Granite creek.
The goat fire affecting residents and motorists in Spray Canyon 
and along antione creek.
The colockum-tarps fire affecting residents and motorists along 
colockum creek and below tarpiscan Road.
The Eagle fire affecting residents and motorists in Bjork Canyon
and Eagle Creek Road.
The Chiwaukum creek fire affecting Highway 2 at colockum creek.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding or debris flows. It takes as little as ten
minutes of heavy rain to cause flash flooding and debris flows in
and below areas affected by wildfires. Rain runs off almost
instantly from burned soils...causing creeks and drainages to
flood at a much faster rate than normal. Soils in a burn scar can
also become unstable when it rains...sometimes resulting in
debris flows and Falling Rock.
Rushing water and debris...including trees and rocks...can damage
or destroy culverts...bridges...roads...and buildings. Flash
flooding and debris flow paths are unpredictable and can affect
locations that are miles away from a burned area.
For a detailed view of the hazard area visit
http://www.Wrh.NOAA.Gov/wrh/whv/?Wfo=otx
        

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