WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Charge everything! Overnight wind alert

The National Weather Service‘s map of alerts has a bit of everything around the state. In our area, that mocha color signifies a Wind Advisory alert – scheduled to be in effect overnight, 11 pm to 6 am. The NWS says you should plan for “South winds 30 to 35 mph with gusts up to 50 mph.” Though the advisory currently only lasts until 6 am, the forecast suggests it’ll continue to be breezy and – at times – rainy after sunrise. If you’re by the water, high tide tomorrow morning is high but not extraordinarily so – 11.9 feet at 9:17 am.

5 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Charge everything! Overnight wind alert"

  • Bonnie Banner December 2, 2023 (3:25 am)

    Wind real high at 3am, looking for falling trees n cows whirling around.  Can’t find how fast wind is…

    • WSB December 2, 2023 (3:47 am)

      No reports of trees so far except something that blew into the SW Precinct parking lot and possibly hit an SPD car. Only major outage is over on Beacon Hill.

      • MSW December 2, 2023 (3:56 am)

        Power out north vashon. WSF dock on generator.

      • Kr December 2, 2023 (3:58 am)

        Large tree down behind a neighboring apartment building. SFD and SCL responding. Looks like it fell on cars and a garage mostly. California and Dawson area. Power out for us and several buildings around us.

  • CarDriver December 2, 2023 (5:47 am)

    All’s well here on Alki. Slept through the night and woke up to cable/internet. No clock flashing so no power issue either

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