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Current Outlook

2/27/2015 Several Cold Nights Expected Through Next Week

“Just in time for the beginning of climatological spring, chilly weather is forecast for much of the upcoming outlook period, which begs the question: Where was this weather when we needed it during the winter? There could be multiple critical mornings for advanced orchards during the next seven days, with Sunday and Wednesday being of particular concern...”

Recent Outlooks

2/19/2015 Mainly Dry Through Wednesday; Possible Pattern Change Late in the Period

“Northerly air flow this weekend will cause mainly dry and breezy weather to continue. Temperatures should be cooler than in recent weeks, although still near to above normal for many areas...”

2/13/2015 Mainly Dry and Mild Weather Continues

“A weak weather system will break through the ridge of high pressure on Saturday morning, which could allow light rain to fall, especially in northwestern areas of Washington. Aside from some clouds and light southwesterly breezes, the impacts of the disturbance should be minimal, although the increased mixing from Chinook winds may lead to a very warm day in central Washington...”

2/6/2015 Stormy Through Early Next Week; Calmer and Drier Later in the Period

“Active weather is likely for the first half of the outlook period, as Washington is impacted by a series of storm systems. Much of the state will experience periodically wet and windy conditions, as mild February temperatures continue...”

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