Longmire, WA (98397)

4:19 PM PDT on September 01, 2015 (GMT -0700)
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Elevation: 1842 ft
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Elev 1842 ft 46.76 °N, 121.99 °W | Updated 50 seconds ago

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Special Statement
Statement as of 3:54 PM PDT on September 01, 2015

... Several inches of snow will fall in the mountains above
5500 feet Wednesday through Thursday...

The snow level will be around 5500 to 6000 feet Wednesday through
Thursday... as an unseasonably deep upper level trough moves over
the Pacific northwest. Showers are likely both days and the snow
showers above 5500 feet could produce locally up to 6 inches of
new snow over those higher elevations. The best chance of higher
elevation snow snowers will be over the north Cascades.

This is a rather cold weather system for the end of Summer so back
country travellers should be prepared for unusually early Fall-
like weather.


Www.Weather.Gov/Seattle

354 PM PDT Tue Sep 1 2015

... Several inches of snow will fall in the mountains above
5500 feet Wednesday through Thursday...

The snow level will be around 5500 to 6000 feet Wednesday through
Thursday... as an unseasonably deep upper level trough moves over
the Pacific northwest. Showers are likely both days and the snow
showers above 5500 feet could produce locally up to 6 inches of
new snow over those higher elevations. The best chance of higher
elevation snow snowers will be over the north Cascades.

This is a rather cold weather system for the end of Summer so back
country travellers should be prepared for unusually early Fall-
like weather.


Www.Weather.Gov/Seattle


417 am PDT Tue Sep 1 2015

... Several inches of snow will fall in the mountains above
6000 feet Wednesday through Thursday...

The snow level will be around 5500 to 6000 feet Wednesday through
Thursday... as an unseasonably deep upper trough moves over the
Pacific northwest. Precipitation amounts of a quarter inch to an
inch are likely over the higher mountains during this
period... with locally up to one and a half inches on Mount Baker.

That means that a total of 2 to 6 inches of snow can be expected
at elevations above 6000 feet Tuesday through Wednesday... with a
foot or more of snow at the higher elevations on Mount Baker.


Mcdonnal
www.Weather.Gov/Seattle

417 am PDT Tue Sep 1 2015

... Several inches of snow will fall in the mountains above
6000 feet Wednesday through Thursday...

The snow level will be around 5500 to 6000 feet Wednesday through
Thursday... as an unseasonably deep upper trough moves over the
Pacific northwest. Precipitation amounts of a quarter inch to an
inch are likely over the higher mountains during this
period... with locally up to one and a half inches on Mount Baker.

That means that a total of 2 to 6 inches of snow can be expected
at elevations above 6000 feet Tuesday through Wednesday... with a
foot or more of snow at the higher elevations on Mount Baker.