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wgus66 kpdt 200921
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urgent - immediate broadcast requested
flood watch
national weather service pendleton or
121 am pst sat dec 20 2014
...the national weather service in pendleton has issued a flood watch
for the following rivers deschutes river...naches river in oregon...
washington...
deschutes river at moody affecting sherman and wasco counties
naches river near naches affecting yakima county
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flood watch means there is potential for flooding based on current
forecasts. you should monitor later forecast and be alert for
possible flood warnings. those living in areas prone to flooding
should be prepared to take action should flooding develop.
additional information is available at:
http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pdt
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121 am pst sat dec 20 2014
the national weather service in pendleton has issued a
* flood watch for
the deschutes river at moody
* from sunday evening to monday afternoon.
* at 12:45 am saturday the stage was 3.0 feet.
* minor flooding is possible.
* flood stage is 8.0 feet.
* forecast...flood stage may be reached by sunday evening.
* the river is forecast to reach a maximum stage of 8.8 feet by
monday morning.
$$
wgus66 kpdt 200921
ffapdt
waz027-520-210921-
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121 am pst sat dec 20 2014
the national weather service in pendleton has issued a
* flood watch for
the naches river near naches
* from sunday evening to late monday night.
* at 11:15 pm friday the stage was 14.0 feet.
* minor flooding is possible.
* flood stage is 17.8 feet.
* forecast...flood stage may be reached by sunday evening.
* the river is forecast to reach a maximum stage of 18.3 feet by late
monday morning.
$$
wgus66 kpdt 200619
ffapdt
orz049-050-502-503-505>508-waz029-030-201430-
/o.con.kpdt.fa.a.0003.141221t0000z-141223t0000z/
/00000.0.er.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.oo/
grande ronde valley-wallowa county-
northern blue mountains of oregon-
southern blue mountains of oregon-john day basin-ochoco-
john day highlands-
foothills of the northern blue mountains of oregon-
foothills of the southern blue mountains of oregon-
foothills of the blue mountains of washington-
northwest blue mountains of washington-
including the cities of...cove...elgin...la grande...union...
enterprise...joseph...wallowa...meacham...tollgate...long creek...
ukiah...dayville...john day...mitchell...monument...spray...
brothers...paulina...prairie city...seneca...pendleton...
pilot rock...heppner...condon...fossil...dayton...waitsburg...
walla walla...ski bluewood resort
1019 pm pst fri dec 19 2014
...flood watch remains in effect from saturday afternoon through
monday afternoon...
the flood watch continues for
* portions of oregon and southeast washington...including the
following areas...foothills of the northern blue mountains of
oregon...foothills of the southern blue mountains of
oregon...grande ronde valley...john day basin...northern blue
mountains of oregon...ochoco-john day highlands...southern blue
mountains of oregon and wallowa county. in southeast
washington...foothills of the blue mountains of washington and
northwest blue mountains of washington.
* from saturday afternoon through monday afternoon
* 48 hour precipitation amounts will range from 2 to 4 inches.
the snow level will be around 3000 feet saturday and rise to
near 8000 feet on sunday.
* small creeks and streams will start to rise on saturday with
the larger rivers seeing substantial rises saturday night and
sunday. no flooding is forecast along the larger rivers...but
several rivers are forecast to reach action stage. the small
creeks and streams could see minor flooding...especially
sunday as moderate rain and snow melt are expected to occur.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.
you should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.
&&
$$
wgus66 kpqr 191854 cca
ffapqr
061
urgent - immediate broadcast requested
flood watch...correctedd
national weather service portland or
1054 am pst fri dec 19 2014
orz001>008-010>016-waz019>022-039-040-045-046-201500-
/o.cor.kpqr.fa.a.0003.141221t0000z-141223t0000z/
/00000.0.er.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.oo/
north oregon coast-central oregon coast-
coast range of northwest oregon-
central coast range of western oregon-lower columbia-
greater portland metro area-central willamette valley-
south willamette valley-northern oregon cascade foothills-
northern oregon cascades-cascade foothills in lane county-
cascades in lane county-upper hood river valley-
western columbia river gorge-central columbia river gorge-
south washington cascades-willapa hills-south washington coast-i-
5 corridor in cowlitz county-greater vancouver area-
south washington cascade foothills-
including the cities of...astoria...cannon beach...tillamook...
netarts...pacific city...lincoln city...newport...
cape foulweather...yachats...florence...vernonia...jewell...
sunset summit...lees camp...trask...grande ronde...burnt woods...
tidewater...swisshome...veneta...st. helens...clatskanie...
hillsboro...portland...wilsonville...oregon city...gresham...
troutdale...salem...mcminnville...woodburn...stayton...dallas...
eugene...springfield...corvallis...albany...sandy...estacada...
silver falls state park...sweet home...government camp...
detroit...santiam pass...vida...jasper...lowell...cottage grove...
mckenzie pass...mckenzie bridge...oakridge...willamette pass...
parkdale...odell...corbett...rooster rock...multnomah falls...
cascade locks...hood river...coldwater ridge visitors center...
mount st. helens...wind river valley...willapa...frances...
elk mountain...ryderwood...raymond...long beach...ocean park...
naselle...cathlamet...cape disappointment...longview...kelso...
castle rock...vancouver...battle ground...ridgefield...
washougal...yacolt...amboy...toutle...ariel...lake merwin...
yale lake...cougar...carson...stevenson...underwood
1054 am pst fri dec 19 2014
...flood watch in effect from saturday afternoon through monday
afternoon for southwest washington and northwest oregon...
the national weather service in portland has issued a flood watch
for southwest washington and northwest oregon. this watch is in
effect from saturday afternoon through monday afternoon.
confidence continues to increase that a classic atmospheric river
type precipitation event will set up over the pacific northwest
over the weekend and continue into early monday. a deep and moist
westerly flow is expected to develop saturday morning and
strengthen later saturday and sunday. a very long fetch of
moisture with origins west to the south china sea will feed into
this system...bringing the potential for very large rainfall
totals across the region. with the flow forecasted to remain
perpendicular to the coast range and cascades for an extended
period of time...expect strong orographic enhancement to lead to
the highest rainfall totals over the mountains. the coast
range...foothills and cascades are expected to see in the range of
6 to 12 inches of rain...with locally higher amounts possible.
lower but still significant totals are expected for the lower
terrain. projected rainfall along the coast is forecasted to be
around 4 to 8 inches...with 2 to 5 inches expected over the
interior lowlands.
given the latest forecasted rainfall totals...it appears that
there is the strong potential for flooding over the weekend on
numerous rivers and tributaries draining the coast range and
cascades. a few rivers may reach major flood stage. the current
river stage forecasts indicate that the faster responding rivers
could reach flood stage as early as saturday evening. there also
appears to be potential for flooding on some of the main stem
rivers early next week. in addition to flooding potential on the
main stem rivers and tributaries...there are likely to be impacts
from urban and small stream flooding and flooding along low lying
pasture land.
in addition to the flooding concerns...excessive rainfall has the
potential to create landslides...debris flows...and excessive runoff
in the vicinity of recent wildfire burn scars. burn scars from two
large fires this summer...the 36 pit fire in the clackamas river
basin near estacada and the deception complex near oakridge...will
be particularly vulnerable.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.
landslides and debris flows are possible during this flood event.
people...structures and roads located below steep slopes...in
canyons and near the mouths of canyons may be at serious risk
from rapidly moving landslides.
you should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.
the next update for this watch will be issued by 6 am saturday
morning.
&&
$$
wgus66 ksew 200808
ffasew
068
flood watch
national weather service seattle wa
1208 am pst sat dec 20 2014
wac009-027-031-033-041-045-053-057-061-067-073-210000-
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/00000.0.er.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.oo/
clallam-grays harbor-jefferson-king-lewis-mason-pierce-skagit-
snohomish-thurston-whatcom-
1208 am pst sat dec 20 2014
...flood watch remains in effect from this afternoon through late
sunday night...
the flood watch continues for
* portions of western washington...including the following
counties... grays harbor...clallam...jefferson...skagit...
whatcom...king...lewis...mason...pierce...snohomish...thurston.
* from this afternoon through late sunday night
* heavy rain is forecast over western washington today and
sunday...especially in the mountains. strong south flow aloft
will bring heavy rain at times to the coast and olympics today.
heavy rain will spread over the cascades late this afternoon as
strong westerly flow aloft develops. models currently taper rain
over the olympics on sunday but keep heavy rain going in the
cascades into sunday evening...especially over the cascades from
about king county south. the total model rainfall over about 48
hours from this morning through sunday night amounts to around
three to six inches over the olympics and central cascades with
a nine-inch bulls-eye over mount rainier. rainfall over the
lowlands will generally be an inch or less as the westerly flow
causes a rain shadow east of the olympics.
* these rainfall amounts are enough to cause flooding. at this
time the rivers most likely to flood are the ones flowing off
the cascades of king...pierce...and lewis counties...as well as
the unusually flood-prone skokomish river in mason county. any
flooding would likely begin saturday night on the olympics and
sunday for the cascades...with crests sunday night or monday.
the exact position of the stream of moisture is uncertain so
this outlook covers the entire olympic peninsula and all of the
cascades rivers.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flood watch means conditions are favorable for flooding but
flooding is not imminent or occurring. monitor the latest
forecasts from the national weather service and be ready to act
quickly if flooding is observed or a warning is issued.
&&
$$

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