Lower Columbia Basin of Washington

 Special Statement  Statement as of 6:00 am PST on March 1, 2015


... Much colder low temperatures expected over the next several
nights...

Low temperatures Monday morning through Thursday morning are
forecast to be in the teens and twenties area wide with even some
single digits in the mountains and normally colder plateaus and
higher valleys. The coldest night will likely be Tuesday night.
The overnight low temperatures will be about 10 to 20 degrees
below normal for this time of year... and several locations have
not seen temperatures this cold since early January.

Any early season vegetation that may have begun to grow will be
in danger of being damaged during this period. If you can... move
any sensitive vegetation indoors away from the cold... or protect
it the best you can. If you must be outside overnight or during
the early morning hours be sure to dress warmly to be prepared for
the colder temperatures. During the afternoon hours each day
temperatures are expected to recover nicely to near normal levels.




600 am PST sun Mar 1 2015

... Much colder low temperatures expected over the next several
nights...

Low temperatures Monday morning through Thursday morning are
forecast to be in the teens and twenties area wide with even some
single digits in the mountains and normally colder plateaus and
higher valleys. The coldest night will likely be Tuesday night.
The overnight low temperatures will be about 10 to 20 degrees
below normal for this time of year... and several locations have
not seen temperatures this cold since early January.

Any early season vegetation that may have begun to grow will be
in danger of being damaged during this period. If you can... move
any sensitive vegetation indoors away from the cold... or protect
it the best you can. If you must be outside overnight or during
the early morning hours be sure to dress warmly to be prepared for
the colder temperatures. During the afternoon hours each day
temperatures are expected to recover nicely to near normal levels.




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