Five Day Area Forecast 

Warning Description: Winter Weather Advisory, Winter Storm Watch Full Advisory Text.

Mon

Snow

Hi 42/Lo 28

 

Tue

Mostly Cloudy

Hi 37/Lo 25

 

Wed

Snow

Hi 37/Lo 29

 

Thu

Rain

Hi 41/Lo 37

 

Fri

Rain

Hi 47/Lo 39

 Lake Sawyer Point Forecast   UV Index Forecast   Lake Level History  Monthly Climate Summary

Seattle Forecast   Cascades Forecast   Ski Conditions   Lake Sawyer Weather History

Weather Cam   WaveCam   Mt St. Helens VolcanoCam   Black Diamond Now 

Click browser refresh to update (local conditions revised every 5 minutes)

Current UV Index (sunburn risk): 0

    One hour average: 0

  0-2 Low   3-5 Moderate   6-7 High   8-10+ Very High    (More information)

 

Permissible Cloud Base: 319ft

Water Temperature: 51°

Lake Level Above Weir: +3.6"

(More information)

Full Advisory Text
Warning Description: Winter Weather Advisory, Winter Storm Watch

Warning Date: 4:15 am PST on December 5, 2016

WarningSum:...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until Noon Pst Today...

Warning Message:...Winter Storm Watch remains in effect from 4 PM PST this afternoon
through late tonight...
* timing...snow showers will increase this morning between 4 am
  and noon. Slightly warmer temperatures will change the snow to
  mostly rain showers by afternoon. Colder air arrives this
  evening with a convergence zone possibly producing snow showers
  down to sea-level through late tonight.
* Snow amounts...a trace to two inches above about 500 feet this
  morning. Tonight...locally up to four inches of additional snow
  is possible from north Seattle to Everett and east to the
  foothills including the Bellevue area. There is the potential
  for even higher amounts if the convergence zone becomes
  stationary. Little or no snow accumulation elsewhere around the
  Metro region not affected by the convergence zone.
* Snow levels...mainly near 500 feet this morning with
  considerable variation. Snow levels will rise this afternoon.
  Snow levels will fall to sea level this evening through late
  tonight as cold northerly Fraser River outflow develops.
* Impacts...slush on some roadways may cause slippery driving
  conditions this morning. Temperatures falling into the 20s
  tonight will cause any snow or recent moisture to become icy
  during the commute Tuesday morning.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow could
cause travel difficulties. Use caution while driving.
A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel. Continue
to monitor the latest forecasts.
        

ŠAll rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication or distribution is prohibited
Never base important decisions on this or any weather information obtained from the Internet
Updated Automatically by Ambient Software's Virtual Weather Station  V15.00