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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
329 PM PDT FRI MAR 14 2014

...MINOR FLOODING IS POSSIBLE SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY
MORNING FOR SOME RIVERS FLOWING OFF THE OLYMPICS AND THE WEST
SLOPES OF THE NORTH CASCADES...

A STORM SYSTEM WILL PRODUCE VARYING AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL OVER THE
OLYMPICS AND CASCADES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON FROM SATURDAY THROUGH
SUNDAY NIGHT. LATEST COMPUTER MODELS GENERALLY AGREE THAT THE
HIGHER RAIN AMOUNTS WILL OCCUR OVER THE OLYMPICS AND CASCADES
NORTH OF STEVENS PASS. HOWEVER...THE MODELS VARY ON AMOUNTS
RANGING FROM 2 TO 3 INCHES ON THE LOW END TO 3 TO 5 INCHES AT THE
HIGH END. THEREFORE...IT IS TOO EARLY TO SAY HOW MUCH IF ANY
FLOODING MAY OCCUR ON RIVERS. PEOPLE IN FLOOD PRONE RIVER VALLEYS
ARE URGED TO CLOSELY MONITOR THE LATEST WEATHER AND RIVER FORECASTS
FOR ANY CHANGES.

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