Lake Wenatchee, Washington - Current Weather Conditions and Webcam

This website provides unofficial weather information for the Lake Wenatchee community. The webcam and weather station are located at a cabin on the northwest side of the lake. The webcam points south and updates between sunrise and sunset. Weather information updates every 15 minutes - technology, power and internet permitting. Please forward comments or questions to cabinweb@comcast.net. (Winter, 2014)

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Current Conditions as of:

10:45pm on 7/31/14

(location)
Currently:
76.1
-2.79/hr
Clear
Clear
High:93.0 
(3:04pm) 
Low:58.5 
(7:02am)
Humidity: 20%
Pressure:
(sea level adjusted)
29.97 in(Steady at 0.004 in/hr)
Dew Point: 32.2
Wind Chill: 76.1
Heat Index (feels like): 74.7
Comfort Level: Comfortable
Cabin Temp/Humidity: 82.0F/31%
Basement Temp: 0.0
 
Records and Normals
Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 102 89 105
(1971)
Low 72 63 51
(1964)

 

Temperature Trend

Weather Advisories
Warning Date: 2:22 PM PDT on July 31, 2014
Warning Description: Fire Weather Watch
Full Advisory Text...
 
Wind and Water Conditions
Wind: 3 mph from the SW
Gust: 3 mph
Today's High Wind: 12 mph (5:11pm)
Daily Wind Run 37miles (wind * time)
Lake Water Temp: 0.0F
Weather Map

Extremes
Today2014
High Temperature93.0F at 3:04pm 93.0F on 7/31/14
Low Temperature58.5F at 7:02am -0.9F on 2/6/14
High Water Temperature 0.0F at 12:00am49.6F on 4/4/14
Peak Wind Gust 12mph at 5:11pm 29mph on 6/17/14
Almanac
Sun Moon Moon Phase:
17%
Rise5:40am 10:35am
Set8:41pm 10:29pm
 Star Chart...
Rainfall Totals
Hourly Rain0.00 in
Daily Rain:0.00 in
Monthly Rain:0.08 in
Yearly Rain: 8.66 in
Normal Rain, month to date: 0.38 in

Wind Speed

NOTE: Wind indicator is in the lee of Sockeye Point and typically

registers 5-10 MPH less than other areas on the lake.

 

Wind Run over past five days

Wind Run measures the total distance the wind travels in a day, calculated by taking the speed of the wind multiplied by how long it blew.  This gives an indication of how windy it was during a given day.


 

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Station Graph from USGS Gauge on Wenatchee River at Plain

Wenatchee River Height       


 

5 Day Forecast
 
Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon
Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Clear Clear
102 99 100 100 100
72 72 72 66 66
 
Full Advisory Text
Warning Date: 2:22 PM PDT on July 31, 2014
Warning Description: Fire Weather Watch
Full Advisory Text...
Warning Description: Fire Weather Watch

Warning Date: 2:22 PM PDT on July 31, 2014

WarningSum:...Fire Weather Watch In Effect From Friday Morning Through
Friday Evening For Thunderstorms With Lightning And Gusty Outflow
Winds In Fire Weather Zone 662...

Warning Message:The National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a Fire Weather
Watch...which is in effect from Friday morning through Friday
evening. 
* Affected area...fire weather zone 662. This includes Stehekin
  and the portion of the North Cascades National Park complex east
  of the Cascade crest.
* Thunderstorms...expect the risk of scattered thunderstorms to
  begin around mid-day on Friday...continuing into the evening.
* Outflow winds: erratic outflow with gusts in excess of 30 mph
  will be possible.
* Impacts...lightning may start new fires...and growth on existing
  fires is possible under the influence of gusty outflow winds. 
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Fire Weather Watch means that critical fire weather conditions
are forecast to occur. Listen for later forecasts and possible
red flag warnings.
Haner
128 PM PDT Thu Jul 31 2014
...Fire Weather Watch in effect from late tonight through Friday
evening for thunderstorms with dry lightning and gusty outflow
winds...
The National Weather Service in Spokane has issued a Fire Weather
Watch for thunderstorms...which is in effect from Friday morning
through Friday evening.
* Affected area: fire weather zone 673 East Washington northern 
  Columbia Basin (zone 673)...fire weather zone 677 East 
  Washington central Cascade valleys (zone 677)...fire weather 
  zone 682 East Washington central Cascade mountains (zone 
  682)...fire weather zone 684 East Washington Okanogan/Methow 
  valleys (zone 684) and fire weather zone 685 East Washington 
  north Cascades (zone 685).
* Thunderstorms: expect thunderstorms to develop midday and last
  into the evening hours. 
* Outflow winds: erratic outflow with gusts up to 30 mph will be
  possible. 
* Impacts: new fire starts from lightning as well as existing
  fire growth from erratic and gusty thunder outflow winds.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Fire Weather Watch means that critical fire weather conditions
are possible. Listen for later forecasts and possible red flag
warnings.
        

 
 
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