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Fire weather:: planning forecast for Western Washington National Weather Service Seattle WA 8:11 AM PDT Tuesday Jun 30 2015 current warnings/watches — none.
Discussion — a dry secondary upper level low will cross over the area
Today in the wake of low pressure that passed over Western Washington yesterday. This will result in increasing onshore flow that will bring the coolest temperatures of the week. High pressure will rebuild starting Wednesday and continue through the remainder of the week — resulting in a return to very warm afternoon temperatures. Skies are expected to be mostly clear for much of the forecast period.
Forecast for 20 foot wind speed (valleys and ridge tops) are 10 minute averages reflecting raws winds.

Western Washington
Fire weather:: zones 658-659 area 5 —
North Cascades National park Mt rainier National park Mt Baker /Snoqualmie National Forest Gifford Pinchot National Forest 8:11 AM PDT Tuesday Jun 30 2015
Today — *
Sky/Weather: — — — .. Mostly sunny. *
    Max temperature — — 67-77. *
    Min humidity — — — 46-61 percent. *
    20-foot winds — — — *
      Valleys/lower slopes.. Light winds becoming West around 6 miles per hour in the afternoon. *
      Ridges/upper slopes — light winds becoming West around 6 miles per hour in the afternoon. *
    Mixing height — — — 900 feet agl increasing to 4500 feet agl in the afternoon. *
    Transport winds — — . Northwest around 5 mph. *
    Freezing level — — 13000 feet.
Tonight — *
Sky/Weather: — — — .. Mostly clear. *
    Min temperature — — 49-59. *
    Max humidity — — — 71-86 percent. *
    20-foot winds — — — *
      Valleys/lower slopes.. West winds 3 to 7 miles per hour shifting to the North after midnight. *
      Ridges/upper slopes — West winds around 7 miles per hour in the evening becoming light. *
    Mixing height — — — 3600 feet agl decreasing to 700 feet agl after midnight. *
    Transport winds — — . Northwest 5 to 10 mph. *
    Freezing level — — 13500 feet.
Wednesday — *
Sky/Weather: — — — .. Sunny. *
    Max temperature — — 80-90 — except 73-83 ridges. *
    Min humidity — — — 31-46 percent. *
    20-foot winds — — — *
      Valleys/lower slopes.. Northeast winds 3 to 6 miles per hour shifting to the Northwest in the afternoon. *
      Ridges/upper slopes — Northeast winds 3 to 6 miles per hour shifting to the Northwest in the afternoon. *
    Mixing height — — — 800 feet agl increasing to 4100 feet agl in the afternoon. *
    Transport winds — — . North around 5 miles per hour in the morning becoming light. *
    Freezing level — — 14500 feet.
Wednesday night — mostly clear.
    Freezing level 15500 feet. Lows 50 to 60. Northwest winds around 5 miles per hour shifting to the East after midnight.
Thursday — sunny.
    Freezing level 15500 feet. Highs 81 to 91 valleys — 74 to 84 ridges. Southeast winds around 3 miles per hour shifting to the West around 6 miles per hour in the afternoon.
Thursday night — mostly clear.
    Freezing level 15500 feet. Lows 54 to 64. West winds around 8 miles per hour shifting to the East after midnight.
Friday — sunny.
    Freezing level 15000 feet. Highs 80 to 90 valleys — 73 to 83 ridges. Light winds becoming West around 6 miles per hour in the afternoon.
Friday night — mostly clear.
    Freezing level 15500 feet. Lows 53 to 63. Northwest winds around 7 miles per hour shifting to the Southwest around 3 miles per hour after midnight.
Independence day — mostly clear.
    Freezing level 15000 feet. Lows 52 to 62. Highs 76 to 86 valleys — 69 to 79 ridges.
Sunday — mostly clear.
    Freezing level 14500 feet. Lows 52 to 62. Highs 78 to 88 valleys — 71 to 81 ridges.
Monday — mostly clear.
    Freezing level 13500 feet. Lows in the upper 50s. Highs 77 to 87 valleys — 70 to 80 ridges.
8 to 14 day outlook for Jul 08 13 2015 above normal temperatures and below normal precipitation.