More heavy rain and mountain snow in the Pacific Northwest on Saturday
Active weather will persist in the Pacific Northwest on Saturday. The hardest hit areas will likely be from the northern California coastline to eastern Washington as rainfall totals will range from 1 to 4 inches. In the higher elevations, precipitation will fall as snow with the some mountain peaks receiving up to a foot.
Hazardous Weather Conditions
8NM WSW New London CT
Marine Point Forecast [NOTICE]
- SynopsisHIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN FROM THE WEST AND MOVES OVER THE NORTHEAST
INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. WEAK LOW PRESSURE PASSES SOUTH OF THE WATERS
ON TUESDAY FOLLOWED BY A STRONG COLD FRONT LATE WEDNESDAY.
- Overnight NNE wind around 8 kt. Mostly cloudy. Seas around 1 ft.
- Saturday NE wind around 8 kt. Partly sunny. Seas 1 ft or less.
- Saturday Night NNE wind around 10 kt. A chance of flurries after midnight. Seas around 1 ft.
- Sunday NNE wind 8 to 10 kt. A chance of flurries, mixing with sprinkles after 9am, then gradually ending. Seas around 1 ft.
- Sunday Night NNE wind around 8 kt. Mostly cloudy. Seas 1 ft or less.
- Monday NE wind around 9 kt becoming ESE in the afternoon. A slight chance of rain after noon. Seas 1 ft or less.
- Monday Night E wind around 12 kt. A chance of rain. Seas around 1 ft.
- Tuesday E wind around 14 kt. Rain likely. Seas 1 ft building to 3 ft.
- Tuesday Night E wind 14 to 17 kt. Rain likely. Seas 3 ft building to 5 ft.
This forecast is for a single location. For safety concerns, mariners should be aware of the weather over a larger area.
Forecast information for a larger area can be found within the zone
forecast and the NDFD graphics.
The forecast conditions at a particular point may not exceed the criteria of a Small Craft Advisory, Gale, Storm etc.
These watches/warnings/advisories are issued for the entire zone in which the point resides and mariners should act accordingly.
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