Issaquah, WA Weather Alerts

Heat Advisory issued July 9 at 3:26AM PDT until July 10 at 5:00PM PDT

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* WHAT...Hot conditions with high temperatures in the mid to upper
90s and low temperatures in the lower to mid 60s. This will pose a
moderate to major risk of heat-related illness.

* WHERE...Hood Canal Area, Bellevue and Vicinity, Bremerton and
Vicinity, East Puget Sound Lowlands, Everett and Vicinity, Seattle
and Vicinity, Tacoma Area, West Slopes North Cascades and Passes,
West Slopes North Central Cascades and Passes, and West Slopes
South Central Cascades and Passes.

* WHEN...Until 5 PM PDT Wednesday.

* IMPACTS...Heat will significantly increase the risk of
heat-related illnesses for much of the population, especially
those who are heat sensitive and those without effective cooling
or adequate hydration.

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14 days ago

Heat Advisory issued July 8 at 2:21AM PDT until July 9 at 10:00PM PDT

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* WHAT...Hot conditions with afternoon temperatures up to 100
degrees and overnight lows in the 60s. This will pose a moderate
to major risk of heat-related illness.

* WHERE...Portions of northwest and west central Washington.

* WHEN...Until 10 PM PDT Tuesday.

* IMPACTS...Extreme heat will significantly increase the risk of
heat-related illnesses for much of the population, especially
those who are heat sensitive and those without effective cooling
or adequate hydration.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Temperatures will gradually cool during the
middle and late portions of the week, but will remain well above
normal in the 80s for much of the lowlands.

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15 days ago

Heat Advisory issued July 3 at 7:58AM PDT until July 8 at 10:00PM PDT

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* WHAT...Hot conditions with temperatures in the upper 80s and 90s
expected. This will pose a moderate to major risk of heat-related
illness.

* WHERE...Portions of northwest and west central Washington.

* WHEN...From noon Friday to 10 PM PDT Monday.

* IMPACTS...This level of heat will significantly increase the risk
of heat-related illnesses for much of the population, especially
those who are heat sensitive and those without effective cooling
or adequate hydration.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Temperatures will remain well above normal
next week with only gradual cooling expected.

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20 days ago

Flood Watch issued June 3 at 3:47PM PDT until June 5 at 11:00AM PDT

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The second of two atmospheric rivers will arrive this evening and
last into Tuesday. Although area rivers are likely to remain below
flood stage, wind has caused tree debris to fall to the surface.
With additional rainfall and wind expected, urban drains may become
clogged, and standing water and minor flooding is possible.

* WHAT...Flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues to be
possible.

* WHERE...Portions of northwest and west central Washington,
including the following counties, in northwest Washington, Mason
and Skagit. In west central Washington, King, Lewis, Pierce and
Snohomish.

* WHEN...Through Wednesday morning.

* IMPACTS...Excessive runoff may result in flooding of rivers,
creeks, streams, and other low-lying and flood-prone locations.
Creeks and streams may rise out of their banks. Flooding may occur
in poor drainage and urban areas.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...
- http://www.weather.gov/safety/flood

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1months ago

Wind Advisory issued June 3 at 8:42PM PDT until June 4 at 11:00AM PDT

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* WHAT...South winds 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 40 mph.

* WHERE...Portions of northwest and west central Washington.

* WHEN...Until 11 AM PDT Tuesday.

* IMPACTS...Gusty winds could blow around unsecured objects. Tree
limbs could be blown down and a few power outages may result.

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1months ago

Flood Watch issued June 3 at 4:17AM PDT until June 5 at 11:00AM PDT

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First of the two waves of this atmospheric river event has moved
through most of Western Washington. Break in the steady rain today
before the second wave arrives tonight bringing additional rainfall
that will last into Tuesday. Snow levels will remain high. This
combination could push rivers in the watch area close to flood stage
today into Wednesday morning. Rain late tonight into Tuesday may
also lead to localized flooding in urban areas.

* WHAT...Flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues to be
possible.

* WHERE...Portions of northwest and west central Washington,
including the following counties, in northwest Washington, Mason
and Skagit. In west central Washington, King, Lewis, Pierce and
Snohomish.

* WHEN...Through Wednesday morning.

* IMPACTS...Excessive runoff may result in flooding of rivers,
creeks, streams, and other low-lying and flood-prone locations.
Creeks and streams may rise out of their banks. Flooding may occur
in poor drainage and urban areas.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...
- http://www.weather.gov/safety/flood

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1months ago

Hydrologic Outlook issued May 30 at 1:45PM PDT

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A late season atmospheric river will bring moderate to heavy
precipitation from Sunday afternoon through Tuesday across all of
western Washington. Heavy rainfall rates are possible over the
southwest Olympics, and the Cascades. Total rainfall amounts will
range from 1 to 2 inches in the lowlands, and 2 to 4 inches in the
mountains. Snow levels above 5000 feet will result in most
precipitation falling as rain. This will result in rivers running
unusually high, with the Skagit, Snohomish, Skykomish, White, and
Skokomish Rivers potentially over action stage. The Snoqualmie River
potentially will reach minor flood stage. This may impact any use of
the river flood planes that are normally dry this time of year.
Rivers will crest sometime between Sunday and Tuesday.

The next update will be provided Friday afternoon.

Please monitor the latest river forecasts from the National Weather
Service for additional information.

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1months ago

Flood Watch issued February 28 at 2:43PM PST until February 29 at 4:00PM PST

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A strong frontal system moving across the area today will continue
to bring moderate to heavy rainfall to western Washington and
possible flooding.

* WHAT...Flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues to be
possible.

* WHERE...Portions of northwest and west central Washington,
including the following counties, in northwest Washington, Grays
Harbor. In west central Washington, King, Lewis, Pierce and
Thurston.

* WHEN...Through Thursday afternoon.

* IMPACTS...Excessive runoff may result in flooding of rivers,
creeks, streams, and other low-lying and flood-prone locations.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...
- A rising snow level, moderate to heavy rain, and to a lesser
degree low- to mid-elevation snowmelt will potentially
produce enough runoff to cause minor flooding of some streams
and rivers. The Olympics and Cascades could see an additional
2-4 inches of rain, with some locally higher amounts
possible. With the snow level having risen to above 4000
feet, expect rises on area rivers. However, there is still a
fair amount of uncertainty on which rivers will flood based
on snow level changes, precipitation type and amount, and
snowmelt.
- http://www.weather.gov/safety/flood

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4months ago

Special Weather Statement issued January 30 at 2:49PM PST

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Rainfall of one to five inches over the past few days has increased
soil moisture to high levels across western Washington. Heavy
rainfall of up to 1 to 3 inches is expected through Wednesday,
especially in the higher elevations.

This amount of rain will put extra pressure on soil instability,
leading to an increased threat of landslides.

Two landslides have already been reported in various locations in
western Washington including the Leschi neighborhood in Seattle and
near Union. More landslides are possible.

For more information about current conditions, visit
www.weather.gov/seattle, select Hydrology, and then scroll down
for the links to the landslide information pages.

For more information on landslides, visit the website for the
Washington State Department of Natural Resources landslide
geologic hazards at: http://bit.ly/2mtA3wn

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5months ago

Hydrologic Outlook issued January 28 at 10:15AM PST

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Heavy rainfall fell through early this morning as an atmospheric
river moved through the region. Sharp rises have occurred on rivers
and streams with the potential for additional flooding on the less
responsive rivers and streams. Heavy rain has ended this morning,
but another round of rain will be focused early on Monday across the
far northern Olympic Peninsula.

Additional rounds of heavy rainfall are expected this week. The
first on Monday night will again be focused on the Olympic Peninsula
and the North Cascades, but may not lead to additional flood
impacts. A more impactful system may arrive around Tuesday evening,
and could bring enough rain to lead to additional flooding,
especially on rivers running high after this weekend's previous rain.

This outlook will be updated by 10 AM Monday.

Please monitor the latest river forecasts from the National Weather
Service for additional information.

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5months ago