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000
NOUS46 KSEW 222041
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1240 PM PST SAT NOV 22 2014

...THANKSGIVING DAY WEATHER STATISTICS...

.SEA-TAC AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1945

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...59 DEGREES IN 1983
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...21 DEGREES IN 1985

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...27 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...51 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.34 INCHES IN 2009
MOST SNOWFALL...2.2 INCHES IN 1964
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...4 INCHES IN 1985

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...48 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...38 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.22 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  53      38      0.00
2012(11/22)  48      37      TRACE
2011(11/24)  45      37      0.26
2010(11/25)  39      28      0.01
2009(11/26)  50      45      1.34
2008(11/27)  48      34      0.01
2007(11/22)  46      31      0.00
2006(11/23)  42      38      0.64
2005(11/24)  46      31      0.03
2004(11/25)  52      40      0.13


.OLYMPIA AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1948

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...60 DEGREES IN 1949
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...13 DEGREES IN 1993

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...28 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...53 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.66 INCHES IN 1999
MOST SNOWFALL...0.8 INCHES IN 1964
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...9 INCHES IN 1978

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...47 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...34 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.30 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  55      27      0.00
2012(11/22)  45      30      0.07
2011(11/24)  44      36      0.52
2010(11/25)  38      27      0.01
2009(11/26)  49      44      1.24
2008(11/27)  46      26      0.03
2007(11/22)  47      22      0.00
2006(11/23)  42      37      0.96
2005(11/24)  45      26      0.07
2004(11/25)  52      39      0.14


.QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1966

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...60 DEGREES IN 2013*
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...21 DEGREES IN 1985

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...27 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...54 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...2.21 INCHES IN 1983
MOST SNOWFALL...1.0 INCHES IN 1988
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...3 INCHES IN 1985

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...48 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.52 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  60      36      TRACE
2012(11/22)  50      37      0.06
2011(11/24)  49      34      1.31
2010(11/25)  44      33      0.36
2009(11/26)  51      40      0.29
2008(11/27)  49      34      0.10
2007(11/22)  50      26      0.00
2006(11/23)  44      34      0.60
2005(11/24)  50      32      0.55
2004(11/25)  49      34      0.04


.HOQUIAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1953

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...59 DEGREES IN 2002
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...24 DEGREES IN 1985

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...30 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...54 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.37 INCHES IN 1955
MOST SNOWFALL...TRACE IN 1989*
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...NONE

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...38 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.38 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  53      33      0.00
2012(11/22)  47      38      0.16
2011(11/24)  50      37      0.72
2010(11/25)  39      29      0.06
2009(11/26)  51      45      0.73
2008(11/27)  47      35      0.06
2007(11/22)  52      35      0.00
2006(11/23)  50      41      0.36
2005(11/24)  46      32      0.26
2004(11/25)  53      38      0.10


.BELLINGHAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1949

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES IN 1995
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...14 DEGREES IN 1985

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...21 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.76 INCHES IN 1983
MOST SNOWFALL...1.9 INCHES IN 1970
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...10 INCHES IN 1985

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...47 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...34 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.18 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  54      31      0.01
2012(11/22)  50      35      TRACE
2011(11/24)  48      37      0.10
2010(11/25)  43      24      0.17
2009(11/26)  51      45      0.50
2008(11/27)  48      30      0.02
2007(11/22)  45      24      0.00
2006(11/23)  43      39      0.25
2005(11/24)  50      30      0.05
2004(11/25)  50      37      0.02


.WFO SEATTLE AT SANDPOINT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1986

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 2002*
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...25 DEGREES IN 1993

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...42 DEGREES IN 2010
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...51 DEGREES IN 1995*

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.21 INCHES IN 2001
MOST SNOWFALL...0.8 INCHES IN 2010
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...NONE

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...39 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.21 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  46      35      0.00
2012(11/22)  48      39      TRACE
2011(11/24)  46      40      0.37
2010(11/25)  42      29      0.04
2009(11/26)  50      46      0.94
2008(11/27)  52      35      0.00
2007(11/22)  47      32      0.00
2006(11/23)  43      39      0.22
2005(11/24)  47      33      0.10
2004(11/25)  54      41      0.16


NORMAL TEMPS AND PRECIPITATION ARE THE 1981 TO 2010 CLIMATE NORMALS
*RECORDS WERE TIED IN MULTIPLE YEARS WITH THE LATEST YEAR SHOWN.
**CLIMATE NORMALS ARE FOR NOVEMBER 27TH...THANKSGIVING DAY FOR 2014

$$
GRUB





















000
NOUS46 KSEW 222041
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1240 PM PST SAT NOV 22 2014

...THANKSGIVING DAY WEATHER STATISTICS...

.SEA-TAC AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1945

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...59 DEGREES IN 1983
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...21 DEGREES IN 1985

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...27 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...51 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.34 INCHES IN 2009
MOST SNOWFALL...2.2 INCHES IN 1964
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...4 INCHES IN 1985

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...48 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...38 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.22 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  53      38      0.00
2012(11/22)  48      37      TRACE
2011(11/24)  45      37      0.26
2010(11/25)  39      28      0.01
2009(11/26)  50      45      1.34
2008(11/27)  48      34      0.01
2007(11/22)  46      31      0.00
2006(11/23)  42      38      0.64
2005(11/24)  46      31      0.03
2004(11/25)  52      40      0.13


.OLYMPIA AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1948

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...60 DEGREES IN 1949
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...13 DEGREES IN 1993

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...28 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...53 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.66 INCHES IN 1999
MOST SNOWFALL...0.8 INCHES IN 1964
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...9 INCHES IN 1978

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...47 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...34 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.30 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  55      27      0.00
2012(11/22)  45      30      0.07
2011(11/24)  44      36      0.52
2010(11/25)  38      27      0.01
2009(11/26)  49      44      1.24
2008(11/27)  46      26      0.03
2007(11/22)  47      22      0.00
2006(11/23)  42      37      0.96
2005(11/24)  45      26      0.07
2004(11/25)  52      39      0.14


.QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1966

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...60 DEGREES IN 2013*
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...21 DEGREES IN 1985

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...27 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...54 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...2.21 INCHES IN 1983
MOST SNOWFALL...1.0 INCHES IN 1988
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...3 INCHES IN 1985

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...48 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.52 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  60      36      TRACE
2012(11/22)  50      37      0.06
2011(11/24)  49      34      1.31
2010(11/25)  44      33      0.36
2009(11/26)  51      40      0.29
2008(11/27)  49      34      0.10
2007(11/22)  50      26      0.00
2006(11/23)  44      34      0.60
2005(11/24)  50      32      0.55
2004(11/25)  49      34      0.04


.HOQUIAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1953

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...59 DEGREES IN 2002
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...24 DEGREES IN 1985

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...30 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...54 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.37 INCHES IN 1955
MOST SNOWFALL...TRACE IN 1989*
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...NONE

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...38 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.38 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  53      33      0.00
2012(11/22)  47      38      0.16
2011(11/24)  50      37      0.72
2010(11/25)  39      29      0.06
2009(11/26)  51      45      0.73
2008(11/27)  47      35      0.06
2007(11/22)  52      35      0.00
2006(11/23)  50      41      0.36
2005(11/24)  46      32      0.26
2004(11/25)  53      38      0.10


.BELLINGHAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1949

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES IN 1995
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...14 DEGREES IN 1985

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...21 DEGREES IN 1985
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1995

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.76 INCHES IN 1983
MOST SNOWFALL...1.9 INCHES IN 1970
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...10 INCHES IN 1985

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...47 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...34 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.18 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  54      31      0.01
2012(11/22)  50      35      TRACE
2011(11/24)  48      37      0.10
2010(11/25)  43      24      0.17
2009(11/26)  51      45      0.50
2008(11/27)  48      30      0.02
2007(11/22)  45      24      0.00
2006(11/23)  43      39      0.25
2005(11/24)  50      30      0.05
2004(11/25)  50      37      0.02


.WFO SEATTLE AT SANDPOINT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1986

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 2002*
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...25 DEGREES IN 1993

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...42 DEGREES IN 2010
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...51 DEGREES IN 1995*

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.21 INCHES IN 2001
MOST SNOWFALL...0.8 INCHES IN 2010
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH...NONE

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...39 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.21 INCHES**

CLIMATIC DATA FOR THE PAST 10 THANKSGIVING DAYS

YEAR         HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2013(11/28)  46      35      0.00
2012(11/22)  48      39      TRACE
2011(11/24)  46      40      0.37
2010(11/25)  42      29      0.04
2009(11/26)  50      46      0.94
2008(11/27)  52      35      0.00
2007(11/22)  47      32      0.00
2006(11/23)  43      39      0.22
2005(11/24)  47      33      0.10
2004(11/25)  54      41      0.16


NORMAL TEMPS AND PRECIPITATION ARE THE 1981 TO 2010 CLIMATE NORMALS
*RECORDS WERE TIED IN MULTIPLE YEARS WITH THE LATEST YEAR SHOWN.
**CLIMATE NORMALS ARE FOR NOVEMBER 27TH...THANKSGIVING DAY FOR 2014

$$
GRUB




















000
NOUS46 KSEW 221933
PNSSEW
WAZ001-503-504-506-507-509>517-555-556-558-559-230616-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1133 AM PST SAT NOV 22 2014

...36 HOUR WIND REPORTS AROUND WESTERN WASHINGTON...

WIND SPEEDS BELOW 30 MPH WERE OMITTED. ALL REPORTS ARE GUSTS EXCEPT
THOSE WITH A (P) ARE PEAK WINDS...AND THOSE WITH A (S) ARE SUSTAINED
WINDS.

LOCATION                       SPEED     TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...ADMIRALTY INLET AREA...
WHIDBEY ISLAND NAS (47 FT)     48 MPH(P) 0944 PM 11/21   48.35N/122.67W
3 E PORT TOWNSEND (28 FT)      46 MPH    0757 AM 11/21   48.10N/122.69W
COUPEVILLE (98 FT)             41 MPH    0959 PM 11/21   48.22N/122.69W
CAMA BEACH (9 FT)              38 MPH    1110 PM 11/21   48.14N/122.51W
2 WNW OAK HARBOR (158 FT)      35 MPH    0116 PM 11/21   48.31N/122.67W
4 NE GARDINER (282 FT)         31 MPH    0857 AM 11/21   48.10N/122.87W
PORT TOWNSEND (190 FT)         31 MPH    0812 AM 11/21   48.11N/122.77W
2 W PORT TOWNSEND (252 FT)     30 MPH    1106 AM 11/21   48.13N/122.83W

...BELLEVUE AND VICINITY...
1 S EASTGATE (1170 FT)         36 MPH    0926 PM 11/21   47.55N/122.13W
1 NNE RENTON (350 FT)          35 MPH    0925 PM 11/21   47.51N/122.18W
2 NE FAIRWOOD (584 FT)         30 MPH    0946 PM 11/21   47.48N/122.12W

...BREMERTON AND VICINITY...
4 SW BREMERTON (482 FT)        30 MPH    0935 PM 11/21   47.50N/122.75W

...CENTRAL COAST...
HOQUIAM BOWERMAN AP (12 FT)    40 MPH(P) 0249 PM 11/21   46.97N/123.93W
HOQUIAM BOWERMAN AP (12 FT)    32 MPH(S) 0250 PM 11/21   46.97N/123.93W

...EAST PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS...
EATONVILLE (838 FT)            35 MPH    0430 PM 11/21   46.87N/122.26W
2 ESE NORTH BEND (608 FT)      31 MPH    1259 AM 11/22   47.47N/121.73W
NORTH BEND (420 FT)            30 MPH    0750 PM 11/21   47.49N/121.78W
NORTH BEND (439 FT)            30 MPH    1130 PM 11/21   47.50N/121.78W

...EASTERN STRAIT OF JUAN DE FUCA...
PORT ANGELES INTL AP           35 MPH(P) 0733 PM 11/21   48.12N/123.50W

...HOOD CANAL AREA...
1 WSW BRINNON (689 FT)         31 MPH    1037 AM 11/21   47.67N/122.93W

...LOWER CHEHALIS VALLEY AREA...
5 WSW PORTER (1768 FT)         33 MPH    0100 PM 11/21   46.89N/123.42W

...NORTH COAST...
4 NNW SAPPHO (2305 FT)         32 MPH    1000 AM 11/21   48.13N/124.31W
QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT (185 FT)    31 MPH(P) 0204 PM 11/21   47.94N/124.56W

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
7 E FRIDAY HARBOR (114 FT)     51 MPH    0202 PM 11/21   48.53N/122.87W
FRIDAY HARBOR AIRPORT          42 MPH(P) 0253 PM 11/21   48.52N/123.02W
ORCAS ISLAND AP                37 MPH    1135 AM 11/21   48.71N/122.91W
3 SE EASTSOUND (1033 FT)       37 MPH    0410 PM 11/21   48.67N/122.87W
9 E FRIDAY HARBOR (53 FT)      37 MPH    1211 PM 11/21   48.51N/122.83W
4 SSW ROCHE HARBOR (36 FT)     32 MPH    0453 PM 11/21   48.55N/123.16W
FRIDAY HARBOR AIRPORT          30 MPH(S) 0302 PM 11/21   48.52N/123.02W

...SEATTLE AND VICINITY...
SEATTLE TACOMA  ARPT (370 FT)  37 MPH(P) 1213 AM 11/22   47.44N/122.31W
1 SSW NORTH HILL (328 FT)      36 MPH    0856 PM 11/21   47.41N/122.33W
3 NW WHITE CENTER (278 FT)     33 MPH    0858 PM 11/21   47.56N/122.39W
BOEING FIELD/KING COUNTY INTL  33 MPH(P) 0846 PM 11/21   47.53N/122.30W
RENTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       30 MPH(P) 0844 PM 11/21   47.49N/122.21W
1 W HUNTS POINT (22 FT)        30 MPH    0810 PM 11/21   47.64N/122.26W

...SOUTHWEST INTERIOR...
5 S LACEY (229 FT)             33 MPH    0244 PM 11/21   46.96N/122.80W
OLYMPIA AIRPORT (188 FT)       33 MPH(P) 0344 PM 11/21   46.97N/122.90W
2 WSW CENTRALIA (236 FT)       30 MPH    0221 PM 11/21   46.71N/123.00W
1 NE YELM (295 FT)             30 MPH    0645 PM 11/21   46.96N/122.58W
GRAND MOUND (223 FT)           30 MPH    0310 PM 11/21   46.80N/123.01W

...TACOMA AREA...
TACOMA NARROWS AIRPORT         36 MPH    0638 PM 11/21   47.27N/122.58W
2 W PARKLAND (321 FT)          31 MPH    0625 PM 11/21   47.13N/122.48W
4 ESE DUPONT (301 FT)          31 MPH    0611 PM 11/21   47.08N/122.58W
2 NW ARTONDALE (88 FT)         30 MPH    0914 PM 11/21   47.34N/122.67W

...WESTERN SKAGIT COUNTY...
2 WNW ANACORTES (229 FT)       32 MPH    0143 PM 11/21   48.50N/122.66W
2 W SNEE OOSH (42 FT)          30 MPH    1243 PM 11/21   48.43N/122.59W

...WESTERN WHATCOM COUNTY...
1 NW FERNDALE (105 FT)         56 MPH    1259 PM 11/21   48.86N/122.59W
6 W MARIETTA (9 FT)            49 MPH    0104 PM 11/21   48.80N/122.71W
BELLINGHAM INTL AP (158 FT)    40 MPH(P) 1126 AM 11/21   48.79N/122.54W
7 WSW MARIETTA (163 FT)        34 MPH    0100 PM 11/21   48.73N/122.70W
BELLINGHAM INTL AP (158 FT)    31 MPH(S) 0131 PM 11/21   48.79N/122.54W
2 WNW FERNDALE (351 FT)        31 MPH    1238 PM 11/21   48.87N/122.62W

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$
GRUB
NWS SEATTLE








000
NOUS46 KSEW 221933
PNSSEW
WAZ001-503-504-506-507-509>517-555-556-558-559-230616-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1133 AM PST SAT NOV 22 2014

...36 HOUR WIND REPORTS AROUND WESTERN WASHINGTON...

WIND SPEEDS BELOW 30 MPH WERE OMITTED. ALL REPORTS ARE GUSTS EXCEPT
THOSE WITH A (P) ARE PEAK WINDS...AND THOSE WITH A (S) ARE SUSTAINED
WINDS.

LOCATION                       SPEED     TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...ADMIRALTY INLET AREA...
WHIDBEY ISLAND NAS (47 FT)     48 MPH(P) 0944 PM 11/21   48.35N/122.67W
3 E PORT TOWNSEND (28 FT)      46 MPH    0757 AM 11/21   48.10N/122.69W
COUPEVILLE (98 FT)             41 MPH    0959 PM 11/21   48.22N/122.69W
CAMA BEACH (9 FT)              38 MPH    1110 PM 11/21   48.14N/122.51W
2 WNW OAK HARBOR (158 FT)      35 MPH    0116 PM 11/21   48.31N/122.67W
4 NE GARDINER (282 FT)         31 MPH    0857 AM 11/21   48.10N/122.87W
PORT TOWNSEND (190 FT)         31 MPH    0812 AM 11/21   48.11N/122.77W
2 W PORT TOWNSEND (252 FT)     30 MPH    1106 AM 11/21   48.13N/122.83W

...BELLEVUE AND VICINITY...
1 S EASTGATE (1170 FT)         36 MPH    0926 PM 11/21   47.55N/122.13W
1 NNE RENTON (350 FT)          35 MPH    0925 PM 11/21   47.51N/122.18W
2 NE FAIRWOOD (584 FT)         30 MPH    0946 PM 11/21   47.48N/122.12W

...BREMERTON AND VICINITY...
4 SW BREMERTON (482 FT)        30 MPH    0935 PM 11/21   47.50N/122.75W

...CENTRAL COAST...
HOQUIAM BOWERMAN AP (12 FT)    40 MPH(P) 0249 PM 11/21   46.97N/123.93W
HOQUIAM BOWERMAN AP (12 FT)    32 MPH(S) 0250 PM 11/21   46.97N/123.93W

...EAST PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS...
EATONVILLE (838 FT)            35 MPH    0430 PM 11/21   46.87N/122.26W
2 ESE NORTH BEND (608 FT)      31 MPH    1259 AM 11/22   47.47N/121.73W
NORTH BEND (420 FT)            30 MPH    0750 PM 11/21   47.49N/121.78W
NORTH BEND (439 FT)            30 MPH    1130 PM 11/21   47.50N/121.78W

...EASTERN STRAIT OF JUAN DE FUCA...
PORT ANGELES INTL AP           35 MPH(P) 0733 PM 11/21   48.12N/123.50W

...HOOD CANAL AREA...
1 WSW BRINNON (689 FT)         31 MPH    1037 AM 11/21   47.67N/122.93W

...LOWER CHEHALIS VALLEY AREA...
5 WSW PORTER (1768 FT)         33 MPH    0100 PM 11/21   46.89N/123.42W

...NORTH COAST...
4 NNW SAPPHO (2305 FT)         32 MPH    1000 AM 11/21   48.13N/124.31W
QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT (185 FT)    31 MPH(P) 0204 PM 11/21   47.94N/124.56W

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
7 E FRIDAY HARBOR (114 FT)     51 MPH    0202 PM 11/21   48.53N/122.87W
FRIDAY HARBOR AIRPORT          42 MPH(P) 0253 PM 11/21   48.52N/123.02W
ORCAS ISLAND AP                37 MPH    1135 AM 11/21   48.71N/122.91W
3 SE EASTSOUND (1033 FT)       37 MPH    0410 PM 11/21   48.67N/122.87W
9 E FRIDAY HARBOR (53 FT)      37 MPH    1211 PM 11/21   48.51N/122.83W
4 SSW ROCHE HARBOR (36 FT)     32 MPH    0453 PM 11/21   48.55N/123.16W
FRIDAY HARBOR AIRPORT          30 MPH(S) 0302 PM 11/21   48.52N/123.02W

...SEATTLE AND VICINITY...
SEATTLE TACOMA  ARPT (370 FT)  37 MPH(P) 1213 AM 11/22   47.44N/122.31W
1 SSW NORTH HILL (328 FT)      36 MPH    0856 PM 11/21   47.41N/122.33W
3 NW WHITE CENTER (278 FT)     33 MPH    0858 PM 11/21   47.56N/122.39W
BOEING FIELD/KING COUNTY INTL  33 MPH(P) 0846 PM 11/21   47.53N/122.30W
RENTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       30 MPH(P) 0844 PM 11/21   47.49N/122.21W
1 W HUNTS POINT (22 FT)        30 MPH    0810 PM 11/21   47.64N/122.26W

...SOUTHWEST INTERIOR...
5 S LACEY (229 FT)             33 MPH    0244 PM 11/21   46.96N/122.80W
OLYMPIA AIRPORT (188 FT)       33 MPH(P) 0344 PM 11/21   46.97N/122.90W
2 WSW CENTRALIA (236 FT)       30 MPH    0221 PM 11/21   46.71N/123.00W
1 NE YELM (295 FT)             30 MPH    0645 PM 11/21   46.96N/122.58W
GRAND MOUND (223 FT)           30 MPH    0310 PM 11/21   46.80N/123.01W

...TACOMA AREA...
TACOMA NARROWS AIRPORT         36 MPH    0638 PM 11/21   47.27N/122.58W
2 W PARKLAND (321 FT)          31 MPH    0625 PM 11/21   47.13N/122.48W
4 ESE DUPONT (301 FT)          31 MPH    0611 PM 11/21   47.08N/122.58W
2 NW ARTONDALE (88 FT)         30 MPH    0914 PM 11/21   47.34N/122.67W

...WESTERN SKAGIT COUNTY...
2 WNW ANACORTES (229 FT)       32 MPH    0143 PM 11/21   48.50N/122.66W
2 W SNEE OOSH (42 FT)          30 MPH    1243 PM 11/21   48.43N/122.59W

...WESTERN WHATCOM COUNTY...
1 NW FERNDALE (105 FT)         56 MPH    1259 PM 11/21   48.86N/122.59W
6 W MARIETTA (9 FT)            49 MPH    0104 PM 11/21   48.80N/122.71W
BELLINGHAM INTL AP (158 FT)    40 MPH(P) 1126 AM 11/21   48.79N/122.54W
7 WSW MARIETTA (163 FT)        34 MPH    0100 PM 11/21   48.73N/122.70W
BELLINGHAM INTL AP (158 FT)    31 MPH(S) 0131 PM 11/21   48.79N/122.54W
2 WNW FERNDALE (351 FT)        31 MPH    1238 PM 11/21   48.87N/122.62W

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

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