Refer to the Olympic Security and Communications Systems Blog from 2/16/17: How does my Security System work in a Power Outage?


Hello there—Happy Friday! Welcome to the weekend. A stormy day on tap with wind, rain, mountain snow, hail and even some rainbows.

Today: Starts off wet with winds picking up throughout the day into the evening commute. It will be windy at times, especially along the coast, where the winds hit first. Expect gusts 60-70mph. In and around the metro area winds will be strongest north of Seattle with sustained winds out of the south 25-35mph. The strongest winds will be from Everett to Whidbey to Port Townsend and there could be gusts up to 55mph. Expect heavy rain at times with a few sun breaks here and there by late afternoon. We also could see an isolated thunderstorm roll through that produces hail and don’t be surprised if you see some nice rainbows too.

*The passes will get new snow this weekend as winter rolls on up in the mountains.


Saturday: Breezy, with gusts up to 40mph tapering off in the afternoon. Otherwise, mostly cloudy with showers decreasing as we move towards the evening. Highs cooler, near 52 with overnights dropping into the low 40s.

Sunday: Mostly dry day as we sit in between weather systems. Skies will be partly cloudy with highs about 55 with a low around 42. Look for a few showers to move in late night.

Monday: The wet weather picks up for showers much of the day. Highs cooler than normal in the low 50s. Lows drop to near 40.

Tuesday – Wednesday: Looking mostly dry with partly cloudy skies, but we won’t rule out a chance of a few stray showers finding their way into the forecast. Highs in the low 50s with overnights dropping into the low 40s.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy day with a chance of showers. High near 52 with a low about 41.


Have a great weekend everyone!

Erin Mayovsky, Q13 Fox Forecaster

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