From the National Weather Service:
“Special Weather Statement for Southwest Interior, WA (includes Yelm and vicinity)”
“… PERIODS OF ACTIVE WEATHER EXPECTED THIS WEEK…
A FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL MOVE ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. THIS FRONT WILL BRING A PERIOD OF MODERATE RAINFALL TO THE AREA AS IT MOVES THROUGH. WINDY CONDITIONS…”
“A MUCH STRONGER FRONT WILL MOVE SLOWLY SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE AREA THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH EARLY SATURDAY. THIS FRONT WILL BE ASSOCIATED WITH A STRONG JET STREAM AND MAY PRODUCE A VARIETY OF HAZARDOUS WEATHER CONDITIONS. THESE HAZARDS INCLUDE FLOODING… DAMAGING WINDS…”
“MANY FORECAST MODELS SUGGEST THAT WINDS OF 20 TO 40 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 50 TO 60 MPH ARE POSSIBLE THURSDAY NIGHT AND FRIDAY. WIND THIS STRONG WOULD RESULT IN SOME TREE DAMAGE AND POWER OUTAGES.”
“PEOPLE IN WESTERN WASHINGTON ARE URGED TO MONITOR LATEST WEATHER FORECASTS FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.”
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