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SXUS46 KSEW 171037
RECSEW

MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
336 AM PDT THU APR 17 2014

.SYNOPSIS...A FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL BRING RAIN AND SNOW THROUGH TODAY
WITH SHOWERS TAPERING OFF TONIGHT. DRIER WEATHER IS FORECAST
ON FRIDAY WITH WEAK HIGH PRESSURE OVERHEAD. ADDITIONAL FRONTS WILL
ARRIVE LATER SATURDAY AND LATER SUNDAY...KEEPING THE WEATHER
GENERALLY WET. AN UPPER TROUGH WILL BRING SHOWERY WEATHER EARLY NEXT
WEEK.

&&

.THURSDAY...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 2 TO
5 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...WINDY. RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS IN THE EVENING...
THEN RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW
ACCUMULATION OF 1 TO 4 INCHES. TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATION 3 TO
10 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET DECREASING TO 4000 FEET
AFTER MIDNIGHT.
.FRIDAY...WINDY. PARTLY SUNNY. A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS
IN THE MORNING. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 2500 FEET.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY IN THE EVENING THEN BECOMING MOSTLY
CLOUDY. FREEZING LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET.
.SATURDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY IN THE MORNING...THEN RAIN AND SNOW
LIKELY IN THE AFTERNOON. LIGHT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 6000 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       THU    THU    FRI    FRI    SAT
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)      5     -8      3     11      1
                     SW 55   W 70  NW 55   W 40  SW 70

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     21      8     14     24     19
                     SW 40   W 50  NW 30  SW 20  SW 50

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     40     27     42     28     47
                      W 15   W 25   W 20  SW  5   W  5

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     49     36     51     35     58
                     NW  5   W 15   W 10   E  5   E  5

++ TEMPERATURES AND WIND FOR THE SUMMIT AND CAMP MUIR ARE AVERAGE
   CONDITIONS EXPECTED IN THE FREE AIR AT THOSE ELEVATIONS.
++ TEMPERATURES FOR PARADISE AND LONGMIRE ARE THE EXPECTED HIGHS AND
   LOWS. WIND IS THE AVERAGE WIND EXPECTED DURING THAT PERIOD.

.EXTENDED FORECAST...

.SATURDAY NIGHT...WINDY. RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS IN THE EVENING...
THEN CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS AFTER
MIDNIGHT. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 4000 FEET.
.SUNDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS.
SNOW LEVEL NEAR 4000 FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
5000 FEET.
.MONDAY...RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
5000 FEET.
.MONDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
5000 FEET.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS.
SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW
SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3500 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW
SHOWERS. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 3000 FEET.

$$

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