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Western Washington


482 
FXUS66 KSEW 280347
AFDSEW

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
845 PM PDT SUN JUL 27 2014

.SYNOPSIS...HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT WILL BRING DRY AND WARM WEATHER THIS 
WEEK.

&&

.SHORT TERM...AN UPPER RIDGE...CENTERED OVER THE ROCKIES...WILL KEEP 
THE WEATHER DRY AND WARM ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON FOR THE NEXT FEW 
DAYS. WEAK LOW LEVEL ONSHORE FLOW WILL CONTINUE WITH NORTHWESTERLY 
GRADIENTS ACROSS THE AREA. IN GENERAL...DAYS WILL BE MOSTLY SUNNY 
WITH HIGHS SEVERAL DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.

THERE ARE CURRENTLY SOME HIGH CLOUDS FROM SHOWERS TO THE SOUTH 
BRUSHING THE FAR EASTERN PART OF THE FORECAST AREA. OTHERWISE SKIES 
AREA CLEAR. SIMILAR TO THE LAST COUPLE DAYS...A FEW LOW CLOUD 
PATCHES WILL PROBABLY FORM NEAR THE COAST MONDAY MORNING WITH PATCHY 
VALLEY FOG OVER THE INTERIOR FOR A COUPLE HOURS AROUND DAYBREAK.

HIGHS WILL BE IN THE 80S MOST AREAS THE NEXT COUPLE DAYS WITH 70S 
COAST AND NEAR THE WATER. A DRY AND WEAK UPPER SHORT WAVE IN THE 
SOUTHWEST FLOW ALOFT IS EXPECTED TO CAUSE A MINOR INCREASE IN THE 
ONSHORE FLOW WEDNESDAY. THIS IN TURN WILL PROBABLY GIVE A FEW 
DEGREES OF COOLING BUT HIGHS WILL REMAIN ABOVE NORMAL. SCHNEIDER

.LONG TERM...PREVIOUS DISCUSSION...NO MAJOR CHANGES ARE EXPECTED IN 
THE LONG WAVE PATTERN DURING THIS PERIOD. AN UPPER RIDGE WILL 
CONTINUE TO DOMINATE THE WEATHER PATTERN OVER MUCH OF THE PACIFIC 
NORTHWEST. THE MAIN DIFFERENCES IN THE MEDIUM RANGE SOLUTIONS WERE 
IN THE DETAILS. FOR EXAMPLE...THE ECMWF CONTINUED TO ADVERTISE A 
WEAK UPPER LOW MOVING ACROSS THE CWA DURING THE FRI NIGHT/SATURDAY 
MORNING TIME FRAME. FOR NOW...CHOSE TO COMPROMISE BETWEEN THE ECMWF 
AND GFS SOLUTIONS.

&&

.AVIATION...AN UPPER LEVEL RIDGE WILL CONTINUE TO BUILD DOWN STREAM 
OVER THE NORTHERN INTERMOUNTAIN AREA THROUGH TUESDAY. THE FLOW ALOFT 
WILL REMAIN SOUTHWESTERLY AND LIGHT AND THE AIR MASS WILL REMAIN DRY 
AND STABLE. LOW LEVEL ONSHORE FLOW WILL BRING LIMITED LOW CLOUDS AND 
OR SHALLOW FOG TO THE NORTH COAST AND STRAIT MONDAY MORNING WITH 
CLEARING BY MID TO LATE MORNING. SKIES WILL REMAIN CLEAR AND VFR ALL 
OTHER AREAS.      

KSEA...CLEAR SKIES AND VFR CONDITIONS THROUGH TONIGHT. NORTHWESTERLY 
WINDS 6 TO 12 KTS WILL BECOME NORTHEASTERLY AND WEAKEN SOMEWHAT 
AROUND 06Z. 

&&

.MARINE...THE PERSISTENT PATTERN OF HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE COASTAL 
WATERS AND LOWER PRESSURE INLAND WILL CONTINUE THROUGH MID 
WEEK...SUPPORTING VARYING DEGREES ONSHORE FLOW. STRONGEST WINDS WILL 
OCCUR THROUGH THE CENTRAL AND EAST STRAIT...LIKELY REACHING SMALL 
CRAFT ADVISORY LEVELS DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS. 
IN ADDITION...MODERATE NORTHWESTERLY WINDS OVER THE COASTAL WATERS 
WILL PERSIST THROUGH MUCH OF THE WEEK...NEAR OR JUST ABOVE SCA 
LEVELS AT TIMES DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS. AREAS OF 
MORNING FOG WILL DEVELOP OVER THE COASTAL WATERS AND STRAIT THROUGH 
TUESDAY. 

&&

.SEW WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
WA...NONE.
PZ...SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY COASTAL WATERS AND STRAIT OF JUAN DE FUCA.

&&

$$

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Southwestern Washington and Western Oregon


230 
FXUS66 KPQR 280948
AFDPQR

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PORTLAND OR
247 AM PDT MON JUL 28 2014

UPDATED AVIATION SECTION

.SYNOPSIS...AN UPPER LEVEL RIDGE WILL BE CENTERED INLAND OVER THE
PACIFIC NORTHWEST THROUGH THE COMING WEEK WITH AN UPPER LOW CENTERED
OFF THE B.C. COAST. THIS WILL BRING WARM AND DRY WEATHER TO
SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON AND NORTHWEST OREGON...EXCEPT FOR A SLIGHT
CHANCE FOR THUNDERSTORMS IN THE CASCADES NEAR THE CREST IN THE
AFTERNOONS AND EARLY EVENINGS AS A FEW WEAK DISTURBANCES LIFT
NORTHEAST THROUGH THE REGION THROUGH THE UPCOMING WEEK. THE MARINE
LAYER WILL BE SHALLOW AND MOSTLY CONFINED TO THE COAST. 

&&

.SHORT TERM...AN UPPER LOW OFF THE B.C. COAST AND AN UPPER LEVEL
RIDGE ANCHORED INLAND OVER THE WESTERN U.S. WILL BE THE WEATHER
PATTERN THAT WILL AFFECT THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST
WASHINGTON AND NORTHWEST OREGON THROUGH THIS WEEK. THIS WILL PRODUCE
LIGHT SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST FLOW ALOFT WITH HIGH 500 MB HEIGHTS...WHOSE
ASSOCIATED SUBSIDENCE WILL ALLOW A SHALLOW MARINE LAYER AT MOST ALONG
THE COAST.

THE AIR MASS TODAY WILL BE A LITTLE WARMER AS 500 MB HEIGHT AND 850
MB TEMPS ARE A LITTLE HIGHER.  ALSO LESS CLOUD COVER IS EXPECTED
TODAY.	SHALLOW MARINE LAYER CONTINUES ON THE COAST WITH LOW STRATUS
DEVELOPING NEARSHORE WITH MINIMAL CLOUDS OVERLAND...BUT STILL COULD
SEE PATCHES OF FOG FOR THE COASTAL LOWLANDS THIS MORNING. 

THERE IS NOT REALLY MUCH FORCING FOR THUNDERSTORMS TODAY. MOISTURE IS
LACKING FOR MUCH ACTIVITY EXCEPT MAYBE FOR THE HIGH OREGON CASCADES. 
MOISTURE WILL AGAIN BE HIGH BASED AND SPARSE...SO ANY THUNDERSTORMS
THAT DO DEVELOP WILL BE DRY. 

THE SAME PATTERN CONTINUES ON TUESDAY. TEMPS INLAND WILL BE UB THE
LOWER 90S. THE MODELS SHOW ANOTHER WEAK DISTURBANCE LIFTING NORTH
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING...SO THIS LOOKS LIKE A BETTER CHANCE OF
THUNDERSTORMS IN THE CASCADES THAN ON TODAY. MOISTURE VALUES ARE
MODELED JUST AROUND 1 INCH OF PRECIPITABLE WATER AND IT WILL BE AT A
MORE FAVORABLE LEVEL NEAR 850 MB. SO AGAIN THE HIGH TERRAIN OF THE
OREGON CASCADES WILL AID IN PROVIDING A TRIGGER.  THERE IS SOME
THREAT LINGERING AFTER MIDNIGHT TUESDAY NIGHT. ANOTHER SHORTWAVE
ARRIVES OVERNIGHT AND LINGERING MOISTURE MAY PROVIDE ENOUGH FUEL FOR
NOCTURNAL THUNDERSTORMS.  

WEDNESDAY LOOKS VERY SIMILAR TO TUESDAY WITH A CHANCE OF
THUNDERSTORMS AGAIN OVER THE CASCADES IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
IT APPEARS THAT ON WEDNESDAY THUNDERSTORMS MAY AGAIN STAY SOUTH OF
THE COLUMBIA RIVER AGAIN. THE MODELS IMPLY THE MARINE LAYER MAY
BECOME MORE SOLID ALONG THE COAST WEDNESDAY...BUT STILL NOT MUCH
EXPECTED INLAND. TEMPS INLAND WILL CONTINUE TO BE VERY WARM
WEDNESDAY...UP AROUND 90. TOLLESON

LONG TERM...WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY...MODELS ARE IN AGREEMENT
THAT THE UPPER-LEVEL RIDGE POSITIONED OVER WESTERN U.S. WILL REMAIN
FAIRLY STATIONARY THROUGH THE WEEK THIS WEEK.  NORTH-NORTHWESTERLY
ONSHORE FLOW DUE TO THE SURFACE RIDGE AXIS BEING POSITIONED TO OUR
SOUTH WILL ALLOW LOW-LEVEL STRATUS DEVELOP OVERNIGHT ALONG THE COAST
AND THE LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER.  DECREASED CLOUD COVER SOUTH OF THIS
AXIS LATER THIS WEEK...BUT ONLY A LITTLE DUE TO MODEL UNCERTAINTY ON
THE LOCATION OF THIS AXIS. CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS ALONG THE CASCADE
CREST DUE TO SHORTWAVE IMPULSES RIDING UP ALONG THE WESTERN EDGE OF
THE UPPER-LEVEL RIDGE. THESE STORMS SHOULD MAINLY OCCUR DURING
AFTERNOON-EVENING HOURS...BUT SOME MAY LINGER OVERNIGHT DEPENDING ON
TIMING. -MCCOY
&&

.AVIATION...HIGH PRES OVER REGION...WITH DRY SWLY FLOW ALOFT. LIKE
PAST MORNINGS...WILL SEE PATCHY FOG IN AND AROUND COASTAL BAYS
UNTIL 16Z. IN ADDITION...COASTAL STRATUS NOW FORMING JUST OFF THE
BEACHES. SUSPECT THIS IFR STRATUS WILL PUSH ONSHORE FOR AWHILE
THIS AM...BUT SHOULD BREAK UP AND PUSH OFFSHORE BETWEEN 16Z AND
18Z. OTHERWISE...VFR WITH LATE AFTERNOON/EVENING CIRRUS.

KPDX AND APPROACHES...NO ADVERSE WX IMPACTS...WITH VFR. ROCKEY.

&&

.MARINE...NOT MUCH CHANGE IN OVERALL WEATHER PATTERN THIS WEEK.
HIGH PRES REMAINS OVER THE NE PAC...WITH THERMAL LOW PRES OVER
NW CALIF AND FAR SW OREGON. PRES GRADIENTS WILL FLEX FROM TIME TO
TIME...BUT TIGHTEST GRADIENT REMAINS OVER S OREGON COASTAL WATERS
TODAY AND TONIGHT. THIS WILL MAINTAIN GUSTS 20 TO 25 KT THROUGH
THIS EVENING...BUT WINDS EASE A TAD ON TUE AND WED.

SEAS RUNNING 4 TO 7 FT...WITH HIGHEST SEAS S OF TILLAMOOK WHERE
DURATION OF NW WINDS CONTINUE TO BUILD UP THE SEAS.   ROCKEY.

&&

.PQR WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
OR...NONE.
WA...NONE.
PZ...SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FOR WINDS UNTIL MIDNIGHT PDT TONIGHT FOR 
     COASTAL WATERS FROM CAPE SHOALWATER WA TO FLORENCE OR OUT 60 NM.

&&

$$

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THIS DISCUSSION IS FOR NORTHWEST OREGON AND SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON 
FROM THE CASCADE CREST TO 60 NAUTICAL MILES OFFSHORE. THE AREA IS 
COMMONLY REFERRED TO AS THE FORECAST AREA.

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Southeastern Washington and Northeastern Oregon


863 
FXUS66 KPDT 280840
AFDPDT

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OR
140 AM PDT MON JUL 28 2014

.SHORT TERM...TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY...AN UPPER RIDGE OVER THE 
INLAND WEST AND A TROUGH IN THE GULF OF AK WILL CONTINUE TO KEEP A 
SOUTHWEST FLOW OVER THE REGION AND CWA. THIS PATTERN WILL CAUSE HOT 
AND DRY CONDITIONS TO PERSIST THROUGH THE SHORT TERM PERIOD GOING 
INTO THE LONG TERM. SOME LIMITED MID LEVEL MONSOONAL MOISTURE WILL 
CONTINUE TO BE PULLED NORTHWARD INTO THE CWA...ESPECIALLY SOUTHERN 
AREAS. THE ATMOSPHERE WILL BECOME UNSTABLE DUE TO HEATING EACH 
AFTERNOON. THIS COMBINED WITH THE MID LEVEL MOISTURE AND CAPE WILL 
RESULT IN ISOLATED AFTERNOON AND EVENING THUNDERSTORMS EACH DAY OVER 
PORTIONS OF CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST OREGON. TODAY ANY THUNDERSTORMS 
THAT FORM WILL BE CONFINED TO CENTRAL OREGON AND THE JOHN DAY 
HIGHLANDS. ELSEWHERE THE ATMOSPHERE WILL BE TOO DRY. THUNDERSTORM 
POTENTIAL COVERAGE WILL INCREASE EACH DAY SPREADING SLOWLY NORTHWARD 
AND EASTWARD AS THE AREA OF INSTABILITY INCREASES. THE BEST CHANCES 
FOR ANY THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE OVER CENTRAL OREGON AND THE OREGON 
CASCADE EAST SLOPES. THE LOWER LEVELS WILL BE QUITE DRY SO ANY 
THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE HIGH BASED WITH LITTLE RAINFALL REACHING THE 
GROUND. THUS THERE COULD BE A FIRE WEATHER CONCERN DUE TO LIGHTNING 
IGNITING NEW WILDFIRES. TEMPERATURES WILL BE HOT...BUT NOT QUITE AS 
HOT AS PREVIOUSLY EXPECTED. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES WILL WARM TO AROUND 
100-103 IN THE LOWER ELEVATIONS WITH 80S AND 90S ELSEWHERE. TUESDAY 
WILL BE THE HOTTEST DAY AND THEN THERE WILL BE SLIGHT COOLING AS MID 
AND HIGH CLOUDS INCREASE DUE TO CONVECTION. NIGHT TIME TEMPERATURES 
WILL REMAIN WARM DUE TO THE MID AND HIGH CLOUDS PREVENTING STRONG 
RADIATIONAL COOLING. HOWEVER...TEMPERATURES ARE NO LONGER EXPECTED 
TO REACH HEAT ADVISORY CRITERIA ANYMORE. THIS WEATHER PATTERN WILL 
PERSIST INTO THE EXTENDED FORECAST PERIOD. 88

.LONG TERM...WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY...EASTERN OREGON AND 
WASHINGTON WILL BE ON THE WESTERN SIDE OF AN UPPER LEVEL RIDGE 
THROUGH THE LONG TERM PERIOD. SUBSIDENCE FROM THE RIDGE WILL BRING 
SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST FLOW AND HOT TEMPERATURES TO THE REGION. THIS 
SOUTHERLY FLOW WILL ALSO BRING MONSOON MOISTURE INTO THE AREA AT 
TIMES. THERE WILL BE A THREAT FOR THUNDERSTORMS EACH DAY AS UNSTABLE 
SOUTHERLY FLOW COMBINES WITH DAYTIME HEATING. THIS THREAT WILL 
INCREASE LATER IN THE WEEK AS MONSOON MOISTURE INCREASES. CLOUD 
DEBRIS FROM THUNDERSTORMS KEEP WILL KEEP OVERNIGHT LOWS ELEVATED 
WITH 60S TO LOWER 70S EXPECTED AT LOWER ELEVATIONS.

MODELS HAVE BEEN CONSISTENT WITH THE OVERALL PATTERN AND INCREASING 
INSTABILITY WITH TIME...BUT INDIVIDUAL WEAK WAVES THAT WOULD ENHANCE 
INSTABILITY...CONVECTIVE ACTIVITY...AND MONSOONAL MOISTURE ADVECTION 
VARY WITH EACH MODEL RUN. THUNDERSTORMS ACTIVITY WILL BE ENHANCED BY 
HEATING DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING...BUT WEAK WAVES MAY 
TRIGGER NIGHTTIME CONVECTION AS WELL.   COONFIELD

&&

.AVIATION...12Z TAFS...VFR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED FOR THE NEXT 24 
HOURS WITH SCT MID AND SCT-BKN HIGH CLOUDS. WILL ALSO SEE THE 
DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH BASED CUMULUS CLOUDS AT KBDN AND KRDM LATE 
MONDAY AFTERNOON. THESE CLOUDS WILL SPREAD NORTH AND NORTHEAST INTO 
THE EVENING. STRAY THUNDERSTORMS MAY DEVELOP OVER CENTRAL OREGON 
AFTER 21Z AND COULD IMPACT KBDN AND KRDM UNTIL 05Z. AT THIS TIME 
CONFIDENCE OF OCCURRENCE OF A STORM AT THESE TWO SITES IS TOO LOW TO 
INCLUDE IN TAF. LIGHT TERRAIN DRIVEN WINDS WILL BECOME NORTHERLY AT 
10 KT OR LESS DURING THE AFTERNOON.  76

&&

.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
PDT  98  67  99  68 /   0   0  10  10 
ALW 100  71 101  74 /   0   0   0   0 
PSC 102  68 103  70 /   0   0   0   0 
YKM  98  68 100  68 /   0   0   0   0 
HRI 101  66 102  68 /   0   0   0   0 
ELN  96  65  97  65 /   0   0   0   0 
RDM  94  57  93  58 /  20  20  20  20 
LGD  93  61  93  61 /  10  10  20  20 
GCD  94  66  93  66 /  20  20  20  20 
DLS  97  68  96  68 /   0   0   0   0 

&&

.PDT WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
OR...NONE.
WA...NONE.

&&

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$$

88/76/76






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Northeastern Washington and Northern Idaho


993 
FXUS66 KOTX 280910
AFDOTX

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Spokane WA
210 AM PDT MON JUL 28 2014

.SYNOPSIS...
Hot temperatures and dry weather will continue through midweek.
Thunderstorms chances will increase during the latter portion of
the work week as monsoonal moisture overspreads the Inland
Northwest.

&&

.DISCUSSION...
´╗┐Today to Tuesday: Dry, hot conditions prevail. A high-amplitude
ridge is anchored over the Rockies and the Inland NW will be in a
southwest flow on its west side. Mid-level disturbances in the
flow skirt eastern WA and north ID, but aside from some clouds
they aren't expected to generate much of a precipitation threat.
One disturbance, a mid-level shortwave, was tracking into WA early
this morning and all guidance brings it into Montana around
midday. The available instability (HLTT, elevated CAPE, negative
dtheta/dz lapse rates) looks too weak to generate much of
precipitation or thunder threat. In addition, much of the moisture
is above ~12,000 feet and this moisture shifts east-northeast
through the morning. There have been a few returns on radar, but
at most I might expect a few sprinkles. A secondary disturbance
follows on its heels and passes by southeast WA and the lower ID
Panhandle. But it appears to weaken as it transits the area. Any
SBCAPE that develops through the day looks well capped. So that
secondary disturbance also does not appear to bring much of a
threat of precipitation this afternoon. Models do generate some
precipitation near the Clearwaters into northeast Oregon, but this
is expected to stay here. In general look for decreasing clouds
through this morning. Tuesday looks relatively quiet and
disturbance-free, though one shortwave starts to approach late in
the day. Look for a few more high clouds to enter then. Models
once again generate some showers around the Clearwaters into
northeast Oregon. But these are not expected to reach into our
area. Temperatures are expected to be hot today and Tuesday. Under
the ridge and southwest flow, 850mb temperatures warm about 3 to 5
degrees C over Sunday. This supports highs well above normal. This
means many areas reaching the middle to upper 90s and some areas
pushing into the lower 100s. A heat advisory remains in place
across the Columbia Basin, Palouse and L-C valley. It is a
borderline event, meaning forecast highs skirt advisory criteria.
But either way expect noticeable summertime heat. /J. Cote'

Tuesday night through Sunday...Models are in good agreement in
maintaining a strong ridge pattern over the forecast area through
the next week with a stubborn surface thermal trough over the
Columbia Basin. As yet neither the GFS or ECMWF advertise a return
to a more progressive Pacific flow regime within the confidently
foreseeable future...at least the next 5 to 7 days. This argues
strongly for a continued hot forecast. Less confidence concerns
the threat of monsoonal moisture fed thunderstorm activity...which
if history is any guide should eventually come to fruition under
this pattern. The latest guidance is converging on a common
solution in bringing a moisture surge and short wave impulse
up from the south and clipping across the southeastern zones and
Idaho Panhandle Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night. This is
the highest confidence thunderstorm forecast in the extended
period. Beyond Wednesday some more moisture surges are
probable...possibly encompassing more of the region than the
Panhandle...but the models are somewhat nebulous and out of
agreement regarding details and timing these thunder fuel
injections. Thus...a small mention of thunderstorms across mainly
the eastern half of the forecast area each day is warranted...but
no sure bets for any particular day being especially active at
this time. /Fugazzi 


&&

.AVIATION...
06Z TAFS: Mid/high level clouds will move over the area. A
sprinkle is possible overnight in southeast Washington. Otherwise
weather will remain VFR for the next 24 hours. RJ


&&

.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
Spokane        97  67  99  69  94  67 /   0   0   0   0  10  10 
Coeur d'Alene  95  61  97  64  91  62 /   0   0   0   0  10  20 
Pullman        97  57  97  61  90  61 /   0   0   0  10  20  20 
Lewiston      103  69 103  72  97  68 /   0   0   0  10  20  20 
Colville       98  57 100  60  98  59 /   0   0   0   0  10  10 
Sandpoint      92  54  94  57  91  57 /   0   0   0   0  10  20 
Kellogg        92  61  93  62  88  60 /   0   0   0   0  20  20 
Moses Lake    102  64 103  67  98  67 /   0   0   0   0  10  10 
Wenatchee     102  71 102  71  98  70 /   0   0   0   0  10  10 
Omak          101  65 103  66 101  66 /   0   0   0   0  10  10 

&&

.OTX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
ID...Heat Advisory from 1 PM this afternoon to 8 PM PDT Tuesday for 
     Lewiston Area.

WA...Heat Advisory from 1 PM this afternoon to 8 PM PDT Tuesday for 
     Lower Garfield and Asotin Counties-Moses Lake Area-Upper 
     Columbia Basin-Washington Palouse.

&&

$$


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