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Western Washington


166 
FXUS66 KSEW 250331
AFDSEW

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
830 PM PDT THU APR 24 2014

.SYNOPSIS...ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT AND 
FRIDAY WITH AN UPPER TROUGH OVER THE AREA. A FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL 
BRING ANOTHER ROUND OF RAINY WEATHER SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY. AN 
UPPER RIDGE WILL BRING WARMER AND DRIER WEATHER TUESDAY ONWARDS. 

&&

.SHORT TERM...SHOWERS HAVE BEGUN TO TAPER THIS EVENING WITH THE LOSS 
OF DAYTIME HEATING. ISOLATED SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT AND 
FRIDAY MORNING...THEN THERE SHOULD BE ENOUGH INSTABILITY TO CAUSE AN 
UPTICK IN SHOWER ACTIVITY AGAIN FRIDAY AFTERNOON WITH AN UPPER 
TROUGH OVERHEAD. ONCE AGAIN...SHOWERS SHOULD DECREASE DIURNALLY 
FRIDAY EVENING...AND PRETTY MUCH COME TO AN END AFTER MIDNIGHT AS 
VERY WEAK HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT BUILDS OVER THE AREA AND THE AIR MASS 
BECOMES MORE STABLE. MODELS REMAIN CONSISTENT SHOWING THE NEXT 
FRONTAL SYSTEM SPREADING RAIN TO THE COAST SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND 
INTO THE INTERIOR SATURDAY EVENING. RAIN WILL CHANGE TO SHOWERS 
SUNDAY MORNING AS THE FRONT MOVES INLAND. SUNDAY WILL BE ANOTHER 
COOL AND SHOWERY DAY WITH MOIST ONSHORE FLOW BEHIND THE FRONT. 
SCHNEIDER 

.LONG TERM...PREVIOUS DISCUSSION...A WEAK WARM FRONT MAY CLIP 
WESTERN WASHINGTON ON MONDAY FOR A CHANCE OF RAIN. CONFIDENCE IS LOW 
AND ANY PRECIP LOOKS LIGHT AT THIS POINT. MODELS THEN BUILD A RIDGE 
OVER THE PAC NW TUE AND WED FOR A DRY AND WARM PERIOD OF WEATHER. 
THE LOW LEVEL FLOW WILL FLIP OFFSHORE WITH HIGHS IN THE 60S TO 
70S...ALONG WITH MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES. THE CURRENT FORECAST IS NUDGED 
TOWARD THE ECMWF AND CANADIAN MODELS WHICH BOTH KEEP HIGH PRES OVER 
THE REGION THROUGH NEXT WEEKEND. THE GFS BREAKS DOWN THE RIDGE ON 
THURSDAY BUT THIS SOLUTION LOOKS LIKE AN OUTLIER FOR NOW. 33

&&

.HYDROLOGY...RIVER FLOODING REMAINS UNLIKELY FOR THE NEXT 7 DAYS. 

THE EXCEPTION REMAINS THE NORTH FORK OF THE STILLAGUAMISH RIVER EAST 
OF THE SR 530 LANDSLIDE NEAR OSO WHERE A FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN 
EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. FLOODING CONTINUES FOR THIS RIVER AS A 
RESULT OF WATER POOLED BEHIND THE DEBRIS DAM THAT PARTIALLY BLOCKS 
THE RIVER.

AT 8 PM...THE NORTH FORK OF THE STILLAGUAMISH NEAR ARLINGTON WAS AT 
5.7 FT...OR 4560 CFS. THE NORTH FORK OF THE STILLAGUAMISH RIVER NEAR 
OSO WAS AT 217.5 FT AT 2880 CFS. THE POOL EAST OF THE SLIDE WAS 
283.1 FT THIS EVENING. THE RIVER HAS CRESTED FROM HEAVY RAINS LAST 
NIGHT AND WILL CONTINUE TO RECEDE. 

EXPECT ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS IN THE REGION TONIGHT AND 
FRIDAY WITH RAINFALL AMOUNTS UP TO 0.25 INCHES THROUGH FRIDAY 
EVENING. A COLD FRONT SATURDAY NIGHT MAY PRODUCE ANOTHER 0.50 
INCHES. OTHERWISE DRY WEATHER IS FORECAST THROUGHOUT MUCH OF NEXT 
WEEK. 
 
&&

.AVIATION...MODERATE SOUTHERLY FLOW ALOFT TONIGHT WILL BECOME LIGHT 
FRIDAY AS AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH MOVES OVER THE AREA. THE AIR MASS IS 
MOIST AND UNSTABLE WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS. THE AIR MASS WILL 
STABILIZE OVERNIGHT AND THERE WILL BE SOME AREAS OF CLEARING. GUSTY 
SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL EASE THIS EVENING. THE PRESENCE OF THE UPPER 
LEVEL TROUGH WILL LEAD TO SOME INSTABILITY AND SHOWER ACTIVITY AGAIN 
ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON. CEILINGS WILL BE MOSTLY VFR BUT MVFR 2-3K FT 
CEILINGS ARE POSSIBLE IN SHOWERS. 

KSEA...MOSTLY VFR CEILINGS OVERNIGHT EXCEPT BRIEF MVFR AROUND 
SHOWERS. GUSTY SOUTHWEST WIND 10G20KT EASING TONIGHT BY 06Z. SOUTH 
TO SOUTHWEST WIND 10 KNOTS OR LESS LATE TONIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY 
AFTERNOON.

&&

.MARINE...SMALL CRAFT ADVISORIES REMAIN IN EFFECT OVER ALL WATERS AS 
GUSTY SOUTHWEST WINDS 15-30 KT CONTINUE. WINDS WILL EASE THIS EVENING
AND MOST AREAS SHOULD BE BELOW 20 KT BY 06Z TONIGHT.

AFTER A LULL IN THE ACTION FRIDAY...ANOTHER FRONT WILL SPREAD SMALL 
CRAFT ADVISORY STRENGTH WINDS OVER THE AREA SATURDAY NIGHT. 27

&&

.SEW WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
WA...FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR THE NORTH FORK OF THE       
     STILLAGUAMISH RIVER EAST OF THE SR 530 LANDSLIDE.           

PZ...SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY ALL WATERS.
     SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FOR ROUGH GRAYS HARBOR BAR.

&&

$$

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Southwestern Washington and Western Oregon


126 
FXUS66 KPQR 250315
AFDPQR

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PORTLAND OR 
813 PM PDT THU APR 24 2014

.SYNOPSIS...A BROAD COOL UPPER LOW WILL REMAIN JUST OFFSHORE
TONIGHT...WITH SHOWERS CONTINUING ACROSS THE REGION. THIS LOW WILL
MOVE INLAND ON FRI...WITH SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS. SHOWERS
DECREASE FRI NIGHT. NEXT FRONT WILL BRING RAIN TO REGION LATE SAT AND
SAT NIGHT...WITH SHOWERS ON SUNDAY. WILL SEE DRIER AND MUCH WARMER
WEATHER NEXT WEEK AS HIGH PRES BUILDS OVER THE PAC NW. 
&&

.SHORT TERM...ONSHORE FLOW CONTINUES THIS EVENING. SHOWERS HAVE
PRODUCED BRIEF DOWNPOURS AND SMALL HAIL THIS EVENING...BUT THESE
SHOWERS WILL DECREASE AS EVENING PROGRESSES...MAINLY DUE TO SOLAR
HEATING THAT HAS ENDED FOR THE DAY. STILL...WILL HAVE SCATTERED
SHOWERS OVERNIGHT...ALBEIT NOT AS INTENSE AS THOSE EARLIER TODAY. 

BROAD UPPER TROUGH OFFSHORE WILL PUSH INLAND OVER THE PAC NW ON FRI.
THIS WILL BRING THE COLDEST AIR ALOFT INLAND IN THE MORNING INTO THE
EARLY AFTERNOON. WITH AIR MASS AT THE MOST UNSTABLE AT THAT TIME
SEEMS THAT FRI WILL LIKELY TO BE SIMILAR DAY TO THIS PAST TUE...WITH
PLENTY OF SHOWERS AND EVENING A FEW THUNDERSTORMS. HEAVIER SHOWERS
WILL PRODUCE SMALL HAIL...GENERALLY BB TO PEA-SIZED AT WORST. 

THE UPPER TROUGH MOVES EAST FRIDAY NIGHT WITH DECREASING SHOWERS
LATER FRI NIGHT AND EARLY SAT AM. 

THE NEXT SIGNIFICANT FRONT APPROACHES LATE SAT...AND MOVES INTO THE
REGION SAT NIGHT. LOOKS LIKE ANOTHER DECENT ROUND OF RAIN AND BREEZY
CONDITIONS. THE MODELS INDICATE THAT THERE IS A FAIRLY GOOD COVERAGE
OF SHOWERS BEHIND THE FRONT ON SUN. SNOW LEVELS LOOK TO STAY BELOW
PASS ELEVATIONS DURING THIS TIME FRAME...WITH ANOTHER 2 TO 8 INCHES
OF SNOW FOR THE CASCADES.			     ROCKEY. 

.LONG TERM...SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY...
AFTER A FEW RESIDUAL SHOWERS LINGERING MAINLY OVER THE NORTHERN
MOUNTAINS ON MONDAY...THE MEDIUM RANGE MODELS CONTINUE TO INDICATE A
PERIOD OF DRY WEATHER NEXT WEEK. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY COULD BRING
THE WARMEST TEMPS OF THE YEAR SO FAR IN THE INLAND AREAS. THE GFS
MODEL IS THE ONLY MODEL SO FAR TO BRING ANY PRECIPITATION IN ON
THURSDAY...AND HAVE OPTED FOR NOW TO STAY DRY IN ACCORD WITH THE
MODEL CONSENSUS. TOLLESON
&&

.AVIATION...W TO SW FLOW ALOFT WITH UNSETTLED AIR MASS OVER REGION
WILL MAINTAIN SHOWERS ACROSS THE REGION THROUGH TONIGHT. WHILE
MOSTLY VFR CONDITIONS...WILL HAVE OCCASIONAL BRIEF MVFR CIGS/VIS
UNDER/AROUND SHOWERS. SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE ON FRI...WITH BETTER
CHANCES FOR SMALL HAIL AND ISOLATED TSTMS AS AIR MASS WILL BE MORE
UNSTABLE.

KPDX AND APPROACHES...VFR CONDITIONS WITH OCCASIONAL BRIEF MVFR
CIGS/VIS DUE TO SHOWERS THROUGH TONIGHT. CHANCE OF TSTMS IN/AROUND
OPS AREA FRI AFTERNOON AND EVENING.		    CULLEN
&&

.MARINE...LOW PRES SYSTEM IS CURRENTLY LOCATED IN SOUTHERN
BRITISH COLUMBIA TONIGHT AND WILL CONTINUE PUSHING INLAND
TONIGHT. AS A RESULT...PRES GRADIENT HAS EASED OVER THE WATERS
AND WINDS HAVE DROPPED OFF. WITH OBSERVATIONS BELOW CRITERIA FOR
SOME TIME NOW...HAVE ENDED SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FOR WINDS A FEW
HOURS EARLY. SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT WITH OCCASIONAL GUSTS
TO 20 KT POSSIBLE UNDER OR NEAR SHOWERS. SEAS REMAIN NEAR 10
FT...BUT SHOULD SUBSIDE TO NEAR 9 FT EARLY FRI AM.

NEXT FRONT WILL ARRIVE LATE SAT...WITH S WINDS 20 TO 30 KT AND
SEAS BUILDING BACK INTO THE LOWER TEENS.	     CULLEN
&&

.PQR WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
OR...NONE.
WA...NONE.
PZ...SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FOR HAZARDOUS SEAS TONIGHT AND FRI AM
	 ON ALL COASTAL WATERS. 
     SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FOR ROUGH COLUMBIA BAR CONDITIONS 
	FROM 12 AM TO 5 AM FRI.

&&

$$

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    WWW.TWITTER.COM/NWSPORTLAND

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


698 
FXUS66 KPDT 250235
AFDPDT

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OR
735 PM PDT THU APR 24 2014

.UPDATE...SHOWERS CONTINUE TO DEVELOP TO THE SOUTH AND EAST OF THE 
BLUE MOUNTAIN FOOTHILLS. A BAND OF SHOWERS IS CURRENTLY MOVING EAST 
ACROSS THE BLUE MOUNTAINS NEAR UKIAH WITH MORE DEVELOPING BEHIND 
THEM. SHOWERS SHOULD DECREASE SOME TONIGHT DUE TO THE LOSS OF 
SURFACE HEATING. THERE MAY EVEN BE A CLAP OF THUNDER OR TWO UP UNTIL 
8 PM (OR SHORTLY AFTER SUNSET) OVER EXTREME NORTHEAST OREGON AND 
SOUTHEAST WASHINGTON MOUNTAINS. A COLD FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO 
ADVANCE EASTWARD AND OUT OF THE CWA OVERNIGHT. HOWEVER A SOUTHERLY 
FLOW WILL KEEP ABUNDANT MOISTURE OVER THE CWA (MAINLY THE SOUTHERN 
HALF) OVERNIGHT INTO FRIDAY. THUS WILL KEEP SHOWERS IN THE FORECAST 
THROUGH THE NIGHT INTO FRIDAY OVER THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE CWA. ON 
FRIDAY AFTERNOON AN UPPER TROUGH AXIS WILL MOVE INTO THE PACIFIC 
NORTHWEST WHICH WILL KEEP THE ATMOSPHERE UNSTABLE AND UNDER A 
CONTINUED THREAT OF SHOWERS FROM THE BLUE MOUNTAIN FOOTHILLS 
SOUTHWARD AND OVER THE CASCADES. ELSEWHERE THE COLUMBIA BASIN AND 
THE YAKIMA/KITTITAS VALLEYS AND THE EASTERN COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE 
WILL BE DRY DUE TO A DOWNSLOPE FLOW EAST OF THE CASCADES. THERE MAY 
BE A FEW INCHES OF SNOW IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF THE NORTHEAST 
MOUNTAINS OVERNIGHT AND ON FRIDAY OVER WALLOWA COUNTY AS SNOW LEVELS 
DROP TO AROUND 4500 FEET. HOWEVER AM NOT EXPECTING ENOUGH TO WARRANT 
AN ADVISORY. THERE WILL BE A BREAK IN THE WEATHER ON SATURDAY AND 
THEN ANOTHER WEATHER SYSTEM WILL MOVE INTO THE REGION SATURDAY NIGHT 
INTO SUNDAY. 88

&&

.AVIATION...06Z TAFS...VFR CONDITIONS WILL PREVAIL OVERNIGHT INTO 
FRIDAY. THERE MAY BE BRIEF PERIODS OF MVFR CONDITIONS AT KPDT... 
KALW...KRDM AND KBDN DUE TO SHOWERS AND LOWERED CIGS IN SHOWERS. 
WINDS WILL GENERALLY BE FROM 10 TO 20 KTS THIS EVENING...DECREASING 
TO 5 TO 10 KTS OVERNIGHT. THEN THEY WILL INCREASE AGAIN ON FRIDAY TO 
10 TO 20 KTS FROM KDLS SOUTHWARD. ELSEWHERE THEY WILL REMAIN FROM 5 
TO 10 KTS ON FRIDAY. 88

&&

.PREV DISC... /ISSUED 430 PM PDT THU APR 24 2014/ 

SHORT TERM...TONIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY...A COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED 
WITH AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE AREA TONIGHT.  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE THIS EVENING ACROSS THE 
EASTERN PORTION OF THE CWA.  AS THE UPPER LEVEL TROUGH DEEPENS OVER 
THE AREA TONIGHT...POPS WILL INCREASE AS MOISTURE FROM THE SOUTH IS 
TRANSPORTED ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTHEAST OREGON.  THERE IS A 
CHANCE THE THESE SHOWERS WILL REACH THE FOOTHILLS...BUT NOT 
ANTICIPATING THE BASIN AREA.  WILL HAVE TO MONITOR AND MAKE UPDATES 
AS NEEDED.  BY TOMORROW A BETTER CHANCE FOR SHOWERS TO REACH THE 
BASIN AREA.  

OTHER CONCERNS TOMORROW...AS THE UPPER LEVEL TROUGH CENTERS OVER THE 
CWA...THERE IS THE POSSIBILITY OF ISOLATED THUNDER.  THE ISSUE IS 
THAT MODELS HAVE A MID LEVEL CAP AT ABOUT 650MB.  THIS WILL INHIBIT 
TOWERING CUMULUS TO REACH THE POTENTIAL FOR THUNDERSTORMS.  
850-500MB TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCES ARE AROUND 30 CELSIUS.  IF ENOUGH 
SURFACED BASED HEATING OCCURS TO BREAK THE MID LEVEL CAP...THEN 
ISOLATED TO SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEFINITELY BE POSSIBLE.  

SATURDAY...AS THE TROUGH PUSHES OFF TO THE EAST...SHOWERS WILL 
CONTINUE WITH SNOW SHOWERS ABOVE 4000FT.  RIGHT NOW THERE IS A 
SLIGHT CHANCE THAT AREAS ABOVE 4500FT IN WALLOWA COUNTY COULD 
RECEIVE 2 TO 3 INCHES SATURDAY MORNING.  HAVE NOT ISSUED ANY 
HIGHLIGHT FOR THE AREA...AS OTHER MODELS KEEP THE SNOW ABOVE 
5000FT.  RIGHT NOW THE ONLY AREAS THAT LOOK TO BE AFFECTED BY THE 
POTENTIAL SNOW...WOULD BE SR-3 FROM JOSEPH TO FLORA.  WEBER

LONG TERM...SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY. A STORM SYSTEM WILL 
TAKE AIM ON THE TWO STATE AREA SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY WITH 
INCREASING CLOUDS AND SHOWERS BEFORE MOVING EAST OF THE REGION 
MONDAY. HOWEVER THE UNSETTLED WEATHER WILL PERSIST INTO THE 
BEGINNING OF THE WEEK BEFORE A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS INTO 
WA/OR TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY AND DRIER CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED. 
TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL UNTIL A WARMING TREND 
IS EXPECTED TOWARD THE MIDDLE OF THE WORK WEEK.

&&

.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
PDT  39  58  37  59 /  40  50  20  10 
ALW  43  59  42  60 /  40  50  30  10 
PSC  44  63  41  65 /  10  10  20  10 
YKM  37  60  36  60 /  10  10  10  10 
HRI  42  62  38  63 /  20  20  20  10 
ELN  35  59  35  59 /  10  10  10  10 
RDM  31  50  27  53 /  50  20  30  10 
LGD  37  50  34  53 /  70  60  40  20 
GCD  35  46  30  49 /  60  40  40  10 
DLS  41  61  40  60 /  30  20  30  10 

&&

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

&&

THREAT INDEX
FRIDAY : GREEN
SATURDAY : GREEN
SUNDAY : GREEN

GREEN: NONE OR LIMITED NEED FOR WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR ADVISORIES.
YELLOW: A FEW WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR ADVISORIES POSSIBLE OR IN EFFECT.
RED: NUMEROUS WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR ADVISORIES POSSIBLE OR IN EFFECT.

FOR ADDITIONAL WEATHER INFORMATION, CHECK OUR WEB SITE AT...
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/PENDLETON

$$

88/97/88



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Northeastern Washington and Northern Idaho


762 
FXUS66 KOTX 250435
AFDOTX

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Spokane WA
935 PM PDT THU APR 24 2014

.SYNOPSIS... 
A cool and showery weather pattern will linger through the
weekend. A significant warming and drying trend is expected
Monday through Thursday of next week as high pressure builds over
the area.


&&

.DISCUSSION...
Evening update sent out to remove any mention of thunderstorms.
Showers across the region are beginning to diminish this evening
and any showers that do remain are relatively weak compared to
earlier this afternoon. No lightning has been detected for over an
hour as of 9:00 PM. It is not out of the question that we see
another stray lightning strike from the remaining showers across
the area, but chances are quickly fading now that sun has set.

Best chances for showers for the rest of this evening will be
across the northeastern portion of the forecast area, generally
north of I-90. We will then see an increasing chance for showers
across the southeast portion of the forecast area as the next
shortwave pivots around the low that swirling offshore. Latest
HRRR model shows some light shower activity moving into the
Northeast Blue Mtns and onto the Camas Prairie right around 1:00
AM or so and then slowly nudge northward through the early
morning hours. /SVH

&&

.AVIATION...
00Z TAFS: Showers and embedded thunderstorms will continue to
develop through 02-03z across mainly the eastern third of the
forecast area...before convection falls apart. The showers may
contain brief heavy rain...small hail and gusty outflow
winds to 40 mph. Conditions will be mainly VFR except for a brief
period if a shower develops in the vcnty of a TAF site. After
sunset conditions will settle down through the night. However
moisture moving up from the south will move north along the Idaho
Panhandle and result in cigs dropping to around bkn-ovc100 after
10-12z. KLWS will see cigs drop below ovc100 but remain VFR with
an increasing chance of -shra after 07-08z...then lingering
through the day. The precipitation should stay south of KPUW...but
did add VCSH through the afternoon for the remainder of the
eastern TAF sites. /Tobin




&&

.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
Spokane        37  54  37  55  34  53 /  50  20  20  20  10  80 
Coeur d'Alene  36  55  37  53  33  51 /  50  30  40  30  20  80 
Pullman        38  51  35  52  35  52 /  20  50  50  20  20  80 
Lewiston       44  56  40  58  39  58 /  20  60  50  20  20  70 
Colville       33  60  34  59  33  57 /  30  40  20  30  20  70 
Sandpoint      34  55  36  51  33  49 /  70  30  40  70  20  80 
Kellogg        35  53  35  48  32  47 /  60  60  60  70  20  80 
Moses Lake     40  61  37  63  41  62 /   0  10  10  10  40  30 
Wenatchee      42  61  40  63  44  59 /   0  10  10  10  40  30 
Omak           35  61  34  63  35  59 /  10  30  10   0  20  40 

&&

.OTX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
ID...None.
WA...None.
&&

$$


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