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SXUS46 KSEW 251054
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MOUNT RAINIER RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
350 AM PDT SAT OCT 25 2014

.SYNOPSIS...A WARM FRONT OFFSHORE WILL PRODUCE LOCALLY STRONG
EAST WIND ALONG THE CASCADE FOOTHILL EARLY SATURDAY MORNING. ANOTHER
STRONGER LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL BRING LOCALLY WINDY CONDITIONS TO
PORTIONS OF WESTERN WASHINGTON LATER SATURDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT. IT
WILL ALSO BE WET WITH LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN POSSIBLE. SUNDAY AND MONDAY
WILL BE SHOWERY. MORE RAIN IS EXPECTED TUESDAY WITH ANOTHER
ADVANCING FRONTAL SYSTEM. WET AND BREEZY WEATHER IS LIKELY AT TIMES
THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK.

&&

.SATURDAY...WINDY. RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS IN THE
AFTERNOON. SNOW ACCUMULATION UP TO 2 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.SATURDAY NIGHT...VERY WINDY. RAIN ABD SNOW...ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS IN
THE EVENING...THEN. SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 1 TO 5 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
6500 FEET.
.SUNDAY...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. SNOW ACCUMULATION
OF 2 TO 4 INCHES. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 4500 FEET.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...BREEZY. RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY IN THE
EVENING...THEN MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW
SHOWERS AFTER MIDNIGHT. MODERATE SNOW ACCUMULATIONS. SNOW LEVEL
NEAR 4500 FEET.
.MONDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 5000 FEET.

&&

TEMPERATURE AND WIND FORECASTS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS.

                       SAT    SAT    SUN    SUN    MON
                            NIGHT         NIGHT

SUMMIT   (14411 FT)     10      2     -1      6     10
                     SW 90   W 65   W 60  NW 45   W 40

CAMP MUIR(10188 FT)     28     18     15     18     20
                     SW 75   W 65   W 50   W 30  SW 20

PARADISE  (5420 FT)     44     35     37     35     37
                      S 10   W 30   W 20   W 20   W 10

LONGMIRE  (2700 FT)     51     44     44     42     47
                      E 10   W 15   W 10   W 10   CALM

++ 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...

.MONDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 5500 FEET.
.TUESDAY...RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 8000 FEET.
.TUESDAY NIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY...RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
7000 FEET.
.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS.
SNOW LEVEL NEAR 7500 FEET.
.THURSDAY...RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. SNOW LEVEL NEAR
8000 FEET.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS.
SNOW LEVEL NEAR 8500 FEET.
.FRIDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW. SNOW
LEVEL NEAR 8500 FEET.

$$

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