|18th of November|
|Weather||59° Rain then Chance Rain|
Olympic Discovery Trail with Detours
Temperatures will reach 59° today, with Rain then Chance Rain. Weather conditions this week are expected to range between 48° with Sunny to 59° with Rain then 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 48° - 59° over the next 5 days.
000 FXUS66 KSEW 170456 AFDSEW Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Seattle WA 856 PM PST Sat Nov 16 2019 .UPDATE...No major updates were needed to the forecast package this evening. Recent radar imagery continues to show rain moving through the northern coast and northern interior, however the heavier precipitation remains to our north over British Columbia at this time. Expect precipitation to increase during the overnight hours as a frontal system sags southward over western Washington-with Sunday continuing to look like a breezy and wet day. Discussion below applies, with minor updates to the aviation section. SB && .PREV DISCUSSION... /issued 236 PM PST Sat Nov 16 2019/ SYNOPSIS...A frontal system will move through the area tonight and Sunday. Another system will arrive Monday afternoon and night. An upper ridge will keep weather systems away from the area Wednesday through Saturday. && SHORT TERM /TONIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY/...A frontal system moving into British Columbia will continue to brush the area tonight-- most of the heavier rain is well north of the area. What remains of the front will finally reach Western Washington on Sunday--a rainy and breezy day. Sunday night will see showery weather in the post-frontal onshore flow. Another frontal system will reach the area Monday afternoon and evening--this system is better organized, but still not all that impressive for the middle of November. That round of rain will turn over to post-frontal decreasing showers on Tuesday. LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY/...An upper ridge will keep weather systems away from Western Washington. Skies will be mostly clear. Patchy fog will probably form in the late night and morning hours in the usual spots. Outlying areas will have frosty low temps. && AVIATION...A warm front will bring rain mostly to the Olympic Peninsula and northern Cascades tonight, along with gusty ...
|USGS Gauge||Streamflow||Gauge Height||Elevation|
Big Quilcene River Below Diversion Nr Quilcene, Wa
|130 cfs||2 ft||1044 ft|
Duckabush River Near Brinnon, Wa
|466 cfs||2 ft||274 ft|