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FGUS76 KSEW 102027  
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WAC033-045-053-111530-  
 
HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA  
1227 PM PST WED JAN 10 2018  
 
...POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING FROM THURSDAY HEAVY RAIN LOOKING LESS  
LIKELY BUT STILL POSSIBLE...  
 
HEAVY RAIN ON THURSDAY WILL CAUSE RAPID RISES ON SOME AREA  
RIVERS. THE HEAVIEST PRECIPITATION IS LIKELY TO FALL IN THE  
MOUNTAINS AND AREAS SOUTH OF SEATTLE. THE SKOKOMISH RIVER IN MASON  
COUNTY AND THE WHITE RIVER NEAR R STREET IN KING COUNTY ARE THE  
RIVERS WITH THE GREATEST CHANCE TO REACH FLOOD STAGE. BUT BUT  
WEATHER FORECAST MODELS HAVE TRENDED TO LESSER AMOUNTS OF  
PRECIPITATION AND THE RIVER FORECASTS ARE LOWER IN RESPONSE.  
RIVERS IN LEWIS AND THURSTON COUNTIES ARE NO LONGER SHOWING A  
FLOOD THREAT. STAY TUNED TO CURRENT FORECASTS.  
 

 
 
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