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Last Map Update: Sun, Jun. 25, 2017 at 5:49:17 pm PDT

National Weather Service Seattle/Tacoma, WAZoom

National Weather Service Missoula, MT
National Weather Service Portland, ORNational Weather Service Pendleton, OR

High pressure strengthening over the region will deliver warm and dry conditions with temperatures warming into the 90s region-wide today and Monday. Skies will remain cloud-free today resulting in an UV index near 10. This means there is a very high risk of harmful effects from unprotected sun exposure. Be sure to protect yourself from the sun by wearing UV protective clothing such as wide-brimmed hats and sunglasses. Find shade when possible and always remain hydrated to avoid heat related illnesses…and DON’T FORGET THE SUNSCREEN!
Hot and dry conditions will give way to increasing moisture Monday leading to a chance for thunderstorms by the afternoon and evening hours. A few storms will be capable of gusty outflow winds and small hail. Areas across the far southeast and northeast will carry the highest risk for thunderstorms but there remains plenty of uncertainty and storms could very well track into other areas of Central and Eastern WA. Stay tuned.
Windy and dry conditions are expected to develop Monday afternoon and continue into Tuesday. This will lead to the potential for rapid fire spread with any new fire starts.


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