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ODT ADVENTURE

port-townsend - washington



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25th of February
High 3387
Length 150.1
Ascent 11295
Low 8
Descent -11277
Weather 43° Partly Sunny

Trail Difficulty: blueBlack

Olympic Discovery Trail with Detours

Temperatures will reach 43° today, with Partly Sunny. Weather conditions this week are expected to range between 43° with Partly Sunny to 53° with Chance Rain over the next 5 days. It doesn't look like there's any substantial snow forecasted this week with air temperatures ranging between 43° - 53° over the next 5 days.


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Weather Forecast

000 FXUS66 KSEW 240419 AFDSEW Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Seattle WA 819 PM PST Sun Feb 23 2020 .SYNOPSIS...Snow in the mountains and scattered showers elsewhere will taper later tonight and come to an end on Monday. A chance of rain will return Tuesday and Tuesday night as a weak front moves into the area. High pressure aloft will bring generally dry weather Wednesday through Friday. A frontal system will bring some rain next weekend. && .SHORT TERM /TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...Still some showers on current radar but much of the I-5 corridor finds itself withing a rain shadow. Most echoes can be found over the Olympic Peninsula or stemming from a convergence zone set up over portions of northern Snohomish and southern Skagit counties. This will continue to bring showers to that area. Echoes associated with this feature extend into the Cascades...which will keep snow showers this evening and into tonight. With this continued activity...will keep inherited WSW in place. Hi-res short term models continue to indicate that a convergence zone further south than the current one...this time along the King/Snohomish county border...will develop late tonight and as such will leave that feature in the forecast. Snow levels will fall to a few hundred feet above sea level by Monday morning. Showers should be isolated by that time and lowland accumulations are not expected. The drying trend will continue on Monday as high pressure aloft builds in from the west. Monday night and the first half of Tuesday should be largely dry as an upper ridge transits the area. A weak front will bring a little light rain Tuesday afternoon and night. The best chances will be at the coast and over the north interior. An isolated shower or two might linger into Wednesday but generally it should ...



Area River Conditions

USGS Gauge Streamflow Gauge Height Elevation
Big Quilcene River Below Diversion Nr Quilcene, Wa
2019-05-13T06:30:00.000-07:00
130 cfs 2 ft 1044 ft
Duckabush River Near Brinnon, Wa
2019-05-13T06:45:00.000-07:00
466 cfs 2 ft 274 ft




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