2 edition of Prediction of precipitation in Western Washington State found in the catalog.
Prediction of precipitation in Western Washington State
Pamela Speers Hayes
by Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Planning, Research and Public Transportation Division in Olympia, Wash
Written in English
|Other titles||Final report for research project, prediction of precipitation in Western Washington State.|
|Statement||by Pamela Speers Hayes ; prepared for Washington State Department of Transportation.|
|Contributions||Washington (State). Planning, Research, and Public Transportation Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
Weather history for places in Washington. Climate in Washington. Average temperatures and precipitation amounts for more than cities in Washington. A climate chart for your city, indicating the monthly high temperatures and rainfall.
NWS Climate Prediction Center College Park MD AM EDT Thu May 21 SUMMARY OF THE OUTLOOK FOR NON-TECHNICAL USERS The June-July-August (JJA) temperature outlook favors above-normal temperatures across the West, Gulf Coast States, and along the East Coast. The largest probabilities (above 70 percent) of above normal temperatures are. The Climate Prediction Center is suggesting that we will remain cooler than normal through the rapidly approaching spring with equal chances of above, below or near normal precipitation. Although some are at normal levels now, March 1 snowmelt runoff forecasts trends indicated worsening conditions as compared to the February 1 report.
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The precipitation model is being used operationally at the Northwest Avalanche Center in Seattle. Although the model is two-dimensional and employs simple precipitation parameterizations, it reproduced observed precipitation for two case studies remarkably well.
Prediction of Precipitation in Western Washington State Author: Pamela Speers Hayes Subject: Accuracy, Avalanches, Case studies, Computer models, Forecasting, Personal computers, Precipitation \(Meteorology\), Rainfall, Simulation, Weather forecasting Keywords: computers, Northwest Avalanche Center, precipitation, Western Washington state.
The CPC June outlook has increased chances of above normal temperatures for the entire state. The precipitation outlook has increased chances of below normal precipitation for the western half of the state, and equal chances of above normal, near-normal, and below normal precipitation for the eastern half of the state.
moisture occurs along the western slope of the Coastal Range. The second area of heavy orographic precipitation is along the windward slopes of the Cascade Range. The Cascade Mountains, 90 to miles inland and 4, to 10, feet in elevation, are a topographic and climatic barrier separating the State into eastern and western Washington.
groundwater resources in Washington State in the coming decades. Recent scientific literature was reviewed and synthesized to support the evaluation. Based on this analysis, recommendations are presented to help our state prepare for, and adapt to, the climate-related changes that File Size: 1MB.
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Rainfall amounts a half inchto one inch possible, except higher amounts possible inthunderstorms. Lows near South wind 10 to 15 mph becomingsouthwest 10 to 20 mph after midnight.
Gusts to 30 mph. SUNDAY Rain likely in the morning, then mostly sunny with aslight chance of rain in the afternoon. Excessive Rainfall Forecast + All Day 1 Forecasts All Day 2 Forecasts Excessive Rainfall + All 6-Hourly Fcsts Days 1 and 2 Hourly Fcsts Days + Hour Fcst Days and Days Interactive QPF Product Browser.
WPC 6-Hour Probabilistic QPFs. Western Washington FXUS66 KSEW AFDSEW Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Seattle WA PM PDT Wed May 27 SYNOPSIS The forecast is still on track for a drier and warmer Thursday and Friday, with temperatures reaching their peak on Thursday.
State precipitation record for 24 hours - Mount Mitchell, southwestern Washington, 11//, " State precipitation record for 1 year - Wynoochee Oxbow, western Washington," State snowfall record for 24 hours - Crystal Mountain, western Washington, 1//, ".
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The annual precipitation totals are averages based on weather data collected from to for the NOAA National Climatic Data Center. You can jump to a separate table for each region of the state: Olympic Peninsula & West Coast, San Juan Islands & Puget Sound, Cascade Mountains and Eastern Washington.
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April summary: April offered near normal temperatures but abnormally low precipitation across Washington. With early loss of snowpack on the eastern slope of the Cascades, coupled with meager rainfall statewide, much of the state ended the month showing mild.
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Sea-Tac Monthly Climate Data - latest or list. Pacific Northwest climatological Precipitation Maps (from WRCC, as produced by Prism) Washington Annual Average Precipitation Map.
Long Range/Seasonal Forecasts, El Nino Status, and Drought Information Click on Graphic to enlarge or be Re-directed to a Web Site Providing More Detailed Information Day Basin Average Forecast Precipitation Maps Click on images to enlarge: 72 Hour Total: Day One Total: Day Two Total: Day Three Total: Six Hour Totals: Ending 2 PM, May Ending 2 PM, May Ending 2 PM, May Ending 8 PM, May Ending 8 PM, May Ending 8 PM, May Ending 2 AM, May Ending 2 AM, May Ending 2 AM, May Ending 8.
AccuWeather's Forecast map provides a 5-Day Precipitation Outlook, providing you with a clearer picutre of the movement of storms around the country.This page displays the most recent verification of the Climate Prediction Center's Monthly Forecasts.See long range weather forecasts for the next 60 days for the Pacific Northwest Region.
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