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 (Winter, 2014)

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Detailed Weather Data

Current Conditions as of:

2:45am on 7/23/14

Humidity: 24%
(sea level adjusted)
30.03 in(Steady at -0.001 in/hr)
Dew Point: 23.0
Wind Chill: 59.9
Heat Index (feels like): 58.7
Comfort Level: Cool
Cabin Temp/Humidity: 71.8F/35%
Basement Temp: 0.0
Records and Normals
Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 77 84 107
Low 61 53 49


Temperature Trend

Weather Advisories
Warning Date: 7:01 PM PDT on July 22, 2014
Warning Description: Flash Flood Watch
Full Advisory Text...
Wind and Water Conditions
Wind: 0 mph from the SW
Gust: 0 mph
Today's High Wind: 6 mph (12:22am)
Daily Wind Run 1miles (wind * time)
Lake Water Temp: 0.0F
Weather Map

High Temperature61.3F at 12:00am 92.8F on 7/15/14
Low Temperature59.9F at 2:34am -0.9F on 2/6/14
High Water Temperature 0.0F at 12:00am49.6F on 4/4/14
Peak Wind Gust 6mph at 12:22am 29mph on 6/17/14
Sun Moon Moon Phase:
Rise5:30am 2:54am
Set8:51pm 6:21pm
 Star Chart...
Rainfall Totals
Hourly Rain0.00 in
Daily Rain:0.00 in
Monthly Rain:0.00 in
Yearly Rain: 8.58 in
Normal Rain, month to date: 0.05 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.



Station Graph from USGS Gauge on Wenatchee River at Plain

Wenatchee River Height       


5 Day Forecast
Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
T-storms Partly Cloudy Clear Clear Partly Cloudy
77 79 86 90 95
61 61 55 61 68
Full Advisory Text
Warning Date: 7:01 PM PDT on July 22, 2014
Warning Description: Flash Flood Watch
Full Advisory Text...
Warning Description: Flash Flood Watch

Warning Date: 7:01 PM PDT on July 22, 2014

WarningSum:...Flash Flood Watch Remains In Effect From Wednesday Morning
Through Wednesday Evening...

Warning Message:The Flash Flood Watch continues for
* a portion of north central Washington...including the 
  following areas...east slopes northern Cascades...Okanogan 
  Valley and Wenatchee area. 
* From Wednesday morning through Wednesday evening
* a moist low pressure system will produce a band of moderate to 
  heavy rainfall over the east slopes of the northern Cascades. 
  Embedded in this band will be the potential for some 
  thunderstorms with very heavy rainfall rates. Thunderstorms 
  will continue to be possible over the area into the evening 
* Heavy rainfall may lead to flash flooding or mud and debris
  flows. The areas of greatest concern will be in and around the
  recent burn scars from wildfires in 2012...2013...and so far
  through 2014. This includes the following burn scars...
 the Carlton complex fire affecting residents...businesses...and
 motorists in the Methow Valley and portions of the Okanogan
Valley. This includes motorists on US Highway 97 from Chelan to
Brewster and State Highway 153 from Pateros to Twisp.
 The Mills canyon fire affecting residents and motorists in  
Mills Canyon and other nearby canyons in the Entiat River well as motorists below the burned areas on Entiat
River Road and U.S. Highway 97a.
 The Lone Mountain fire in the Stehekin River valley affecting
residents and recreationists in and below Boulder Creek and those
on the Stehekin River Road below the Boulder Creek drainage.
 The canyon...poison... and Peavine fires above the cities of  
Cashmere and Wenatchee.
 The Byrd Canyon fire affecting residents and motorists in Crum 
Canyon...Oklahoma Gulch...and Byrd Canyon as well as Highway 97 
below the canyons.
 The First Creek fire...affecting residents and motorists along 
First Creek and in the Lake Chelan State well as  
those residents that live at the mouth of Granite creek.
 The goat fire affecting residents and motorists in Spray Canyon
 and along antione creek.
 The colockum-tarps fire affecting residents and motorists along
 colockum creek and below tarpiscan Road.
 The Eagle fire affecting residents and motorists in Bjork  
Canyon and Eagle Creek Road.
 The Chiwaukum creek fire affecting Highway 2 at colockum creek.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding or debris flows. It takes as little as ten
minutes of heavy rain to cause flash flooding and debris flows in
and below areas affected by wildfires. Rain runs off almost
instantly from burned soils...causing creeks and drainages to
flood at a much faster rate than normal. Soils in a burn scar can
also become unstable when it rains...sometimes resulting in
debris flows and Falling Rock.
Rushing water and debris...including trees and rocks...can damage
or destroy culverts...bridges...roads...and buildings. Flash
flooding and debris flow paths are unpredictable and can affect
locations that are miles away from a burned area.
For a detailed view of the hazard area visit

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