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[6/12/19] Hot Temperatures Create Fire Concerns

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The Pacific Northwest is wilting under warmer than normal temperatures this week with highs into the mid-90s in some areas. The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory through tonight for the Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington, metro area, the Columbia River Gorge and other area cities and towns. Near-record highs in the upper 80s […]


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The National Weather Service in Spokane has issued a Flood Watch for portions of North Central Washington including Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan Counties. Showers and thunderstorms will produce locally heavy rain this afternoon and evening. Widespread rain amounts of a half inch to inch are forecast but higher amounts are expected under thunderstorms which may […]

[12/20/18] National Weather Service

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According to the National Weather Service high winds are expected across the state today and tonight. Severe weather can be dangerous — flooded roads, damaged homes, downed trees or power lines and even more when storm clouds pass. With a forecast of severe weather, your safety is the primary concern during a storm. This weeks […]

[7/16/18] Heat Advisory

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PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS… Take extra precautions…if you work or spend time

[6/25/18] Red Flag Warning Monday

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Dry Air and Gusty winds in the Central CascadeMountains and Valleys will Result in
Critical Fire Weather Conditions Through this Evening.

[5/17/18] Okanogan Flooding

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Working closely with the National Weather Service monitoring water levels, which are expected to rise again today and crest near record levels Sunday afternoon.


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Flood Watch for portions of Chelan and Okanogan Counties through Thursday evening.
A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts.