Storm brings High Wind Warning

Oct. 15th 2016 – With the high winds starting to hit Grays Harbor, it is no surprise that a High Wind Warning remains in effect from the National Weather Service.

They say it will remain until 11:00pm this evening.

South to Southeast winds of 30 to 45 MPH with gusts near 75 MPH are expected through the early evening.

Winds will become Southwest and 20 to 35 MPH with gusts near 55 MPH later in the evening.

The strongest winds are expected until 8:00pm.

A coastal flood warning is also in effect till 2:00am Sunday morning.

High winds can topple trees and power outages should be expected.

Secure loose outdoor objects or light weight furniture before the strong winds arrive.

Avoid the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning by keeping portable generators and barbecue grills outdoors.


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