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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Taholah, WA

June 15, 2024 12:55 PM PDT (19:55 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 5:17 AM   Sunset 9:14 PM
Moonrise 1:53 PM   Moonset 12:57 AM 
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PZZ156 Coastal Waters From Point Grenville To Cape Shoalwater Out 10 Nm- 235 Am Pdt Sat Jun 15 2024

Today - W wind 10 to 15 kt. Seas 5 to 6 ft. Wave detail: W 5 ft at 10 seconds and sw 2 ft at 14 seconds. Showers this morning. A chance of tstms.

Tonight - W wind 10 to 15 kt, becoming nw 5 to 10 kt after midnight. Seas 4 to 6 ft. Wave detail: W 5 ft at 9 seconds and sw 2 ft at 14 seconds.

Sun - NW wind 5 to 10 kt, rising to 10 to 15 kt in the afternoon. Seas 4 to 5 ft. Wave detail: W 4 ft at 8 seconds.

Sun night - NW wind 10 to 15 kt. Seas 4 to 5 ft. Wave detail: W 5 ft at 8 seconds and W 5 ft at 12 seconds.

Mon - NW wind 10 to 15 kt. Seas 4 to 6 ft. Wave detail: nw 5 ft at 7 seconds and W 3 ft at 14 seconds.

Mon night - NW wind 5 to 10 kt. Seas 4 to 5 ft. Wave detail: nw 4 ft at 7 seconds and W 2 ft at 11 seconds.

Tue - N wind 5 to 10 kt, becoming nw 10 to 15 kt in the afternoon. Seas 3 to 4 ft. Wave detail: nw 3 ft at 6 seconds, W 2 ft at 11 seconds and sw 2 ft at 15 seconds.

Tue night - NW wind 10 to 15 kt. Seas 3 to 4 ft. Wave detail: nw 3 ft at 6 seconds, W 2 ft at 10 seconds and sw 2 ft at 15 seconds.

Wed - N wind 5 to 10 kt, becoming nw 10 to 15 kt in the afternoon. Seas 3 to 4 ft. Wave detail: nw 3 ft at 5 seconds, W 2 ft at 11 seconds and sw 2 ft at 15 seconds.

Wed night - NW wind 10 to 15 kt. Seas 4 to 5 ft. Wave detail: nw 4 ft at 6 seconds, W 2 ft at 10 seconds and sw 2 ft at 15 seconds.
winds and seas higher in and near tstms.

PZZ100 235 Am Pdt Sat Jun 15 2024

Synopsis for the northern and central washington coastal and inland waters - A broad surface trough will remain across the waters through midday. Surface ridging will gradually rebuild over the coastal waters this evening into Sunday with lower pressure remaining over the interior. Looking into early next week, broad surface ridging over the coastal and offshore waters will maintain onshore flow.


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Area Discussion for - Seattle, WA
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FXUS66 KSEW 151610 AFDSEW

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Seattle WA 910 AM PDT Sat Jun 15 2024

SYNOPSIS
A low pressure system will track inland today, ushering in widespread shower and thunderstorm activity that will continue through the evening along a convergence zone boundary.
Troughing will maintain unsettled conditions through the remainder of the weekend and into next week as cooler temperatures and periods of showers persist across western Washington.

* THUNDERSTORMS: Thunderstorm activity will spread across western Washington today, with the highest chance (30% to 40%) east and south of the Puget Sound this afternoon. Storms will be capable of producing small hail, gusty outflow winds to 30 mph, and locally heavy rainfall alongside lightning.

* FLASH FLOODING: Localized heavy rainfall is favored this afternoon and evening along a convergence zone east of the Puget Sound, with the potential for flash flooding and debris flows over the Bolt Creek burn scar along US-2 in the Cascade Mountains.

SHORT TERM /TODAY THROUGH MONDAY/
No updates to the forecast anticipated this morning with trends remaining on track. We should see the convergence zone become more organized late this afternoon as onshore flow increases as well as increasing instability with strong June daytime heating. 27

A broad upper level low will continue to slowly move inland throughout the weekend, maintaining unsettled and cooler conditions through the short-term. Moisture will continue to stream inland this morning with onshore flow, allowing showers to continue as another front approaches the region. Instability will slowly increase as the sun comes up, with high resolution forecast model soundings showing steep lapse rates and as much as 500 to 600 J/kg of CAPE in the early to mid afternoon over the Puget Sound region. Thunderstorms will be possible across all of western Washington into the afternoon as precipitation continues, with storms capable of producing small hail and graupel, locally heavy downpours, and gusty outflow winds up to 30 mph alongside lightning. While most precipitation will shift eastward by the evening, a convergence zone is favored to set up east of the Puget Sound and persist through early Sunday morning.
Forecast models highlight the potential for locally heavy rain with the formation of the convergence zone especially over the Cascades.
The Bolt Creek burn scar along US-2 remains susceptible to debris flows, so a Burn Scar Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through the evening. The afternoon instability will also be enhanced by cold temperatures aloft, which will allow snow levels to lower to near 4000-4500 ft. The wet bulb effect may even allow snow levels to drop as low as 3000 ft in heavier showers that develop over the mountains, but confidence is low. The Cascade mountain passes will likely not see any snow accumulation, but the highest peaks will see light snowfall amounts through early Sunday. Cloud cover will stick around for most of the day today, limiting high temperatures across the lowlands to the upper 50s and low 60s.

Wet and buoyant conditions will continue on Sunday as a cold front drops southward across the region, spreading another round of showers and embedded thunderstorm activity southward throughout the day. Instablilty will decrease on Sunday as the trough axis shifts further southeastward, with ensembles showing CAPE values peaking at 200 to 250 J/kg south of the Puget Sound. Temperatures Sunday will warm a couple degrees from today, peaking around the 60 degree mark for most of the lowlands.

Upper level troughing will finally exit the region on Monday with moist northwest flow filling in behind. A shortwave disturbance passing over the Pacific Northwest will stir up continued light shower activity over higher terrain as conditions start to dry out across the lowlands. Temperatures will warm into the mid 60s with snow levels rising above 6000 ft, diminishing any additional snowfall over the mountains.

LONG TERM /TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY/
Ensembles highlight a warming trend through the rest of the week, with temperatures returning to typical mid June conditions near 70 degrees by Tuesday and peaking well above normal near 80 degrees by Thursday. Forecast models have also come into slightly better agreement over weak flow throughout the week, with any chance of light shower activity favored over the Cascades each day.

Lindeman

AVIATION
Southwest flow aloft early this morning becoming more westerly by this afternoon as an upper level low begins to enter W WA. As the upper low moves south and east, could see NE winds aloft Sunday morning. Generally southwesterly winds at the surface will become zonal with speeds increasing to 10 to 15 kts in the afternoon with occasional gusts up to 25 kt possible.

Atmosphere starts to destabilize by late morning, with highest instability stretching from HQM eastward through the south Sound, then along the I-5 corridor through SEA and possibly as far north as PAE. Will likely use this area to limit any potential TS mention in 12Z TAFs and eliminate any TS after 03Z. It should also be worth noting that confidence will likely not exceed PROB30 for most terminals, however could see to nudge SEA and BFI up to TEMPOs for the early afternoon period. One plus to the instability will be lifting cigs, returning VFR conditions to the area between 18-20Z.
Precip activity expected to start winding down after 03Z tonight.

KSEA...As discussed above, should see instability peak starting around 19Z and thus will likely nudge up PROB30 from inherited TAF to TEMPO. Most activity should shut down by 03Z or slightly after.
Winds remain generally southerly ranging 10-15 kts, however may nudge upward to 15-17 kts this afternoon with gusts up to 25 possible. Speeds should ease after 03Z down to approx 8-12 kts.

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MARINE
Broad surface troughing will develop across the waters through midday today before ridging gradually rebuilds over the coastal waters this evening into Sunday as lower pressure remains over the interior. This will increase onshore flow with gusty winds exceeding 20-25 kt this afternoon and evening, especially in the central and eastern Strait...where a Small Craft Advisory will go into effect at 2 PM PDT this afternoon through 8 PM PDT tonight.

By early/mid next week, broad surface ridging will develop over the coastal/offshore waters, with lower pressure east of the Cascades.
This will maintain onshore flow with westerlies reaching small craft advisory strength in the central/east strait daily in the late afternoon and evening. Otherwise, fairly quiet conditions are expected across area waters.

HYDROLOGY
Widespread showers and thunderstorms will continue to spread across the region today, with convergence zone showers favored to set up this afternoon and evening east of the Puget Sound and continue through early Sunday morning. Locally heavy rainfall is possible with these showers, and forecast models continue to show the potential for 1 to 2 inches of rainfall over the Cascades east of the Sound. The heaviest rainfall is expected to occur between noon and 9 PM before rainfall rates weaken.
While this storm system is not particularly moist, the convective nature of these showers could produce rainfall rates that meet or exceed flash flood trigger thresholds. A Debris Flow Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through the evening for the Bolt Creek burn scar, where excessive rainfall may cause debris flows that could impact US-2.

SEW WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
WA...None.
PZ...None.




Weather Reporting Stations
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Stations Dist Age Wind AirWater WavesinHgDewPt
46041 - CAPE ELIZABETH- 45NM Northwest of Aberdeen, WA 25 mi45 minWSW 14G18 52°F 30.1046°F
46099 27 mi185 minWSW 7.8 53°F 53°F30.07
DESW1 - Destruction Island, WA 28 mi55 minS 14G16 30.08
WPTW1 - 9441102 - Westport, WA 29 mi79 minW 14G17 54°F 30.10
46211 - Grays Harbor, WA (036) 31 mi59 min 55°F5 ft
TOKW1 - 9440910 - Toke Point, WA 44 mi55 minWSW 12G15 57°F30.16
LAPW1 - 9442396 - La Push, WA 47 mi79 minS 7G11 51°F 30.06
46100 48 mi85 minW 12 53°F 55°F30.07


Wind History for Westport, WA
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AirportDistAgeWind ktVisSkyWeatherAirDewPtRHinHg
KHQM29 sm62 minWSW 1410 smPartly Cloudy55°F46°F72%30.10
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Tide / Current for Point Grenville, Washington
   
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Point Grenville
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Sat -- 01:56 AM PDT     Moonset
Sat -- 02:00 AM PDT     1.97 feet Low Tide
Sat -- 05:20 AM PDT     Sunrise
Sat -- 07:52 AM PDT     5.15 feet High Tide
Sat -- 01:48 PM PDT     1.72 feet Low Tide
Sat -- 02:52 PM PDT     Moonrise
Sat -- 08:22 PM PDT     6.81 feet High Tide
Sat -- 09:15 PM PDT     Sunset
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Point Grenville, Washington, Tide feet
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Tide / Current for Point Brown, Grays Harbor, Washington
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Point Brown
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Sat -- 01:56 AM PDT     Moonset
Sat -- 02:20 AM PDT     2.27 feet Low Tide
Sat -- 05:21 AM PDT     Sunrise
Sat -- 08:20 AM PDT     5.92 feet High Tide
Sat -- 02:08 PM PDT     1.97 feet Low Tide
Sat -- 02:51 PM PDT     Moonrise
Sat -- 08:50 PM PDT     7.84 feet High Tide
Sat -- 09:13 PM PDT     Sunset
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Point Brown, Grays Harbor, Washington, Tide feet
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