Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Portland, OR

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SPOT FORECAST FOR TAMOLICH FALLS...CORVALLIS MOUNTAIN RESCUE UNIT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PORTLAND OR
928 PM PDT SUN APR 12 2015

FORECAST IS BASED ON INCIDENT TIME OF 2058 PDT ON APRIL 12.
IF CONDITIONS BECOME UNREPRESENTATIVE...CONTACT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE.

.DISCUSSION...WEAK UPPER LEVEL HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE REGION WILL
KEEP DRY CONDITIONS IN PLACE OVERNIGHT AND MONDAY MORNING. THERE WILL
BE ONLY SOME SCATTERED HIGH CLOUDS AROUND TONIGHT. AN APPROACHING
FRONT WILL SPREAD INCREASING CLOUDS AND LIGHT RAIN IN BEGINNING
MONDAY AFTERNOON.


.REST OF TONIGHT...

SKY/WEATHER.........PARTLY CLOUDY (AROUND 25 PERCENT CLOUD COVER).
CHANCE OF PCPN......0 PERCENT.
MIN TEMPERATURE.....AROUND 32.
VISIBILITY..........GREATER THAN 6 MILES.
CEILING.............SCATTERED HIGH CLOUDS AT 15000 TO 25000 FEET.

.MONDAY...

SKY/WEATHER.........PARTLY CLOUDY (AROUND 50 PERCENT) THEN BECOMING
                    MOSTLY CLOUDY (100 PERCENT) WITH RAIN SPREADING
IN DURING THE AFTERNOON.
CHANCE OF PCPN......100 PERCENT IN THE AFTERNOON.
MAX TEMPERATURE.....AROUND 53.
VISIBILITY..........GREATER THAN 6 MILES.
CEILING.............LOWERING TO 3000 TO 5000 FEET IN THE AFTERNOON.

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FORECASTER...JPYLE
REQUESTED BY...TODD SHECHTER
REASON FOR REQUEST...SAR
.TAG 20150412.TAMOL.01/PQR


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