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SPOT FORECAST FOR KIRK SEARCH...WASCO COUNTY SHERIFF
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PORTLAND OR
1126 PM PST THU DEC 11 2014

FORECAST IS BASED ON INCIDENT TIME OF 2231 PST ON DECEMBER 11.
IF CONDITIONS BECOME UNREPRESENTATIVE...CONTACT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE.

...DRYING TREND THROUGH THE WEEKEND...

.DISCUSSION...AN UPPER TROUGH WILL MOVE ACROSS THE AREA FRIDAY BRINGING
SCATTERED RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS TO THE AREA. RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS WILL DECREASE
FRIDAY NIGHT THEN END SATURDAY MORNING AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES INTO THE REGION.
LIGHT OFFSHORE FLOW WILL DEVELOP ON SATURDAY AND CONTINUE THROUGH SUNDAY. THE NEXT
CHANCE FOR SHOWERS IS ON MONDAY. THIS WEATHER SYSTEM IS WEAK SO SHOWERS
WOULD BE LIGHT.


.TODAY...

SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY (80-90 PERCENT). CHANCE OF RAIN
                    SHOWERS EARLY IN THE MORNING.
CHANCE OF PCPN......50 PERCENT DECREASING TO 30 PERCENT LATE IN THE
                    AFTERNOON.
MAX TEMPERATURE.....AROUND 35.
WIND (20 FT)........WEST WINDS 5 MPH INCREASING TO AROUND 10
                    MPH LATE IN THE AFTERNOON.
VISIBILITY..........GENERALLY 5 MILES OR GREATER. OCCASIONALLY
                    2 MILES OR LESS IN SHOWERS.
CEILING.............1000 TO 2000 FEET WITH LAYERS ABOVE.

.TONIGHT...

SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY (70-80 PERCENT) THEN BECOMING
                    PARTLY CLOUDY (35-45 PERCENT). CHANCE OF SNOW
                    SHOWERS EARLY IN THE EVENING...THEN SLIGHT
                    CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS IN THE LATE EVENING AND
                    EARLY MORNING.
CHANCE OF PCPN......30 PERCENT DECREASING TO 10 PERCENT.
MIN TEMPERATURE.....AROUND 29.
WIND (20 FT)........WEST WINDS 10 TO 20 MPH.
VISIBILITY..........5 MILES OR GREATER.
CEILING.............SCATTERED TO BROKEN LAYERS AROUND 2000 FEET EARLY
                    THEN GRADUAL CLEARING.

.SATURDAY...

SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY SUNNY (25-35 PERCENT).
CHANCE OF PCPN......10 PERCENT.
MAX TEMPERATURE.....AROUND 35.
WIND (20 FT)........WEST WINDS AROUND 14 MPH EARLY IN THE MORNING
                    BECOMING LIGHT...THEN BECOMING EAST AROUND 5
                    MPH LATE IN THE AFTERNOON.
VISIBILITY..........UNLIMITED.
CEILING.............NONE.

.OUTLOOK FOR SUNDAY...DRY. LOW TEMPERATURE 25 TO 30. HIGH TEMPERATURE IN THE MID 30S.
.OUTLOOK FOR MONDAY...A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS. THIS SYSTEM IS WEAK SO SHOWERS ARE
                      EXPECTED TO BE LIGHT. LOW TEMPERATURE IN THE UPPER 20S.
                      HIGH TEMPERATE IN THE MID 30S.

$$
FORECASTER...MHIGA
REQUESTED BY...RICK HEUCHERT
REASON FOR REQUEST...SAR
.TAG 20141211.KIRKS.01/PQR




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