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Ian Producing Heavy Rain, Flash Flooding, and High Winds in the Carolinas into the Mid-Atlantic

Ian is expected to move farther inland across central North Carolina. Tropical-storm-force winds are expected along the coasts of South Carolina and Southeastern North Carolina through early Saturday. Heavy rain and potential flash flooding are possible in parts of the North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia through the morning. Read More >

TOUR REQUESTS

Tours of the National Weather Service Office in Seattle are available by appointment and usually last between 45 minutes and 1 hour. Please be aware that a significant weather event may cause us to cancel your tour on short notice.

To schedule a tour please send an e-mail message to aitana.delajara@noaa.gov with the following information:

  1. Size and type of group (Groups should be limited to a maximum of 20 people. If children are part of your group, be aware that they must be at least at the 3rd-grade level to participate)
  2. Preferred dates and times of visit
  3. Any topics of interest that you would like have covered during the tour

CONTACT INFORMATION

Address:
Seattle Weather Forecast Office
7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115-6349

Phone:
206-526-6087 (recorded forecast information)
206-526-6095 (option 1 for a forecaster)

Email:
w-sew.webmaster@noaa.gov