Auburn, WA

4:42 AM PDT on June 23, 2017 (GMT -0700)
Vista Pointe | | Change Station
Active Advisory: Heat Advisory, Special Statement

Elev 350 ft 47.29 °N, 122.27 °W | Updated 23 seconds ago

Clear
Clear
50.0 °F
Feels Like 50.0 °F
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0.0
Wind Variable Wind from WNW
Gusts 0.0 mph

Today
High -- | Low -- °F
--% Chance of Precip.
Yesterday
High -- | Low -- °F
Precip. -- in
Pressure 30.25 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Clear
Dew Point 50 °F
Humidity 99%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
5:13 AM 9:09 PM
Waning Crescent, 1% visible
METAR KSEA 231053Z 04006KT 10SM CLR 14/08 A3023 RMK AO2 SLP241 T01440083
Pressure 30.25 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Clear
Dew Point 50 °F
Humidity 99%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
5:13 AM 9:09 PM
Waning Crescent, 1% visible
METAR KSEA 231053Z 04006KT 10SM CLR 14/08 A3023 RMK AO2 SLP241 T01440083

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Watches & Warnings

Heat Advisory
Issued: 4:18 AM PDT Jun. 23, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Heat advisory in effect from noon Saturday to 9 PM PDT
Sunday...

The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a heat
advisory, which is in effect from noon Saturday to 9 PM PDT
Sunday.

* Temperature... highs in the upper 80s to low 90s Saturday and
low to mid 90s Sunday. Lows will fall into the 50s to around 60,
except low to mid 60s in the warmer Metro areas.

* Timing... Saturday through Sunday.

* Impacts... the elderly, youth, and those in poor health without
air conditioning will be particularly vulnerable to the heat.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Never leave children, pets, or the elderly unattended in a parked
vehicle under any circumstances. This is especially true during
warm or hot weather when car interiors can reach lethal
temperatures in a matter of minutes.

Drownings tend to occur during hot spells in western Washington.
Area rivers and lakes can be dangerously cold for swimming this
time of year. Most rivers are running high and swift due to Spring
snowmelt. Hypothermia and drowning due to cold water shock can
occur in area waters this time of year.




Special Statement
Issued: 1:15 PM PDT Jun. 22, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Hot Summer weather is expected across western Washington this
weekend...

Temperatures are forecast to climb well above normal this
weekend. Sunday will likely be the hottest day of the year so
far.

Highs on Saturday are forecast to climb into the upper 80s to
lower 90 across western Washington. The warmest locations will be
a few miles east of Puget Sound, the southwest interior and along
the coast from about Forks to Hoquiam.

Sunday is expected to be hot and will likely break some daily
high temperature records over portions of the area. Highs on
Sunday will be in the 80s to mid 90s. The record high for sea-tac
Airport on Sunday is 88 set in 2006 and will likely be surpassed.
The hottest temperatures will be in the interior lowlands from
Seattle southward along the I-5 corridor. It will be 2-3 degrees
cooler on Sunday along the coast than on Saturday.

Temperatures will begin to moderate Monday. The onset of onshore
flow is somewhat uncertain and some interior lowlands east of
Puget Sound near the foothills could still reach the mid to upper
80s. Other interior Metro areas from Tacoma north to Seattle and
Everett could potentially reach the lower 80s.

If you are planning to enjoy our rivers, lakes, and waterways
this weekend, please wear a life jacket while on a boat. Also, be
aware that rivers are running swift and water temperatures are
still rather cold, ranging from the 40s near the mountains to
around 60 degrees near Puget Sound. Hypothermia and drowning due
to cold water shock can occur with these water temperatures.


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115 PM PDT Thu Jun 22 2017

... Hot Summer weather is expected across western Washington this
weekend...

Temperatures are forecast to climb well above normal this
weekend. Sunday will likely be the hottest day of the year so
far.

Highs on Saturday are forecast to climb into the upper 80s to
lower 90 across western Washington. The warmest locations will be
a few miles east of Puget Sound, the southwest interior and along
the coast from about Forks to Hoquiam.

Sunday is expected to be hot and will likely break some daily
high temperature records over portions of the area. Highs on
Sunday will be in the 80s to mid 90s. The record high for sea-tac
Airport on Sunday is 88 set in 2006 and will likely be surpassed.
The hottest temperatures will be in the interior lowlands from
Seattle southward along the I-5 corridor. It will be 2-3 degrees
cooler on Sunday along the coast than on Saturday.

Temperatures will begin to moderate Monday. The onset of onshore
flow is somewhat uncertain and some interior lowlands east of
Puget Sound near the foothills could still reach the mid to upper
80s. Other interior Metro areas from Tacoma north to Seattle and
Everett could potentially reach the lower 80s.

If you are planning to enjoy our rivers, lakes, and waterways
this weekend, please wear a life jacket while on a boat. Also, be
aware that rivers are running swift and water temperatures are
still rather cold, ranging from the 40s near the mountains to
around 60 degrees near Puget Sound. Hypothermia and drowning due
to cold water shock can occur with these water temperatures.


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