FIRST WIND, THEN COLD FOR THE HARBOR
Chuck Wallace from Grays Harbor Emergency Management says the National Weather Service in Seattle is forecasting a typical November storm for the Pacific Northwest to approach the coast tomorrow.
Winds will increase Wednesday to 25-35 MPH sustained with intermittent gusts approaching 42-45MPH. The storm will last all night and begin to subside on Thursday.
Following the storm, temperatures will become colder from Thursday through the weekend. The evening hours will see temperatures fall into the upper 20’s in many parts of the county. Snow levels will be dropping and the possibility of black ice and spotty snow showers are a possibility throughout the County, but mainly in East County and upper elevations above 200 feet on Friday evening and Saturday.
Please be prepared for possible power outages throughout the County.
Wallace asks that if you see any snowfall accumulation or large heavy snow showers, please indicate the time, location, how long the snow lasted and the amount that fell. Send the information to Grays Harbor County Emergency Management at GHCDEM@co.grays-harbor.wa.us.
This information will be compared to the Doppler radar information and will help calibrate the radar to the many different weather issues of Grays Harbor County.