ANOTHER ‘HIGH WIND WARNING’
The National Weather Service has issued a HIGH WIND WARNING for the North & Central Washington Coasts, in effect now through 10 pm Wednesday night. The following information was received at 3:00 pm today:
The storm is travelling North at this time but will bring sustained winds along the Coast of between 33-45 mph with gusts 55-60 mph. The strongest winds will occur Wednesday morning into the afternoon. Strong gusting windswill be felt all along the North & Central Coasts as well as Hoquiam, Aberdeen and as far inland as Montesano.
The storm is still tracking on a Northern route, about 130 miles to the West at this time. The National Weather Service is
monitoring the storm and all possible computer models at this time for changing conditions.
A High Wind Warning Means That a Hazardous Wind Event is Imminent or Occurring. High winds Can topple Trees, Down Power Lines and Destroy Property.
Grays Harbor County Emergency Management is alerting all citizens to be alert for power outages due to downed power lines and tree limbs. DO NOT venture near downed power lines or tree limbs. Check your generators for operation. DO NOT refuel portable generators or portable heating units indoors. DO NOT operate portable generators indoors. DO NOT use your oven or range to heat your home. Learn the warning signs of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.