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National Weather Service Report

Mt Rainier Recreational Forecast Mount Rainier Recreational Forecast
National Weather Service Seattle WA
306 PM PST Mon Dec 6 2021

.SYNOPSIS...Colder conditions will continue into next week with multiple
systems making their way through the area. These will bring 
mostly lowland rain, mountain snow, and periods of windy conditions
to the park through the next week. Confidence is increasing in
significant snowfall at the park this weekend as a potent system
moves into the region.

&&

.IMPACTS...Stormy weather will create difficult backcountry 
skiing and mountaineering conditions across much of the alpine 
terrain of Mt. Rainier, including the Muir snowfield. Blizzard-
like conditions with strong winds and near zero visibility are 
likely. A high level of skill and experience in alpine terrain, 
including use of GPS, is recommended for navigation and camping in
these conditions.

&&

.MONDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow likely in the evening, then a
chance of rain, snow and a slight chance of light freezing rain
late in the evening. A slight chance of rain and snow after
midnight. No snow accumulation near Paradise. Snow level near
6000 feet. 
.TUESDAY...Partly sunny with a slight chance of rain and snow.
Snow level near 5000 feet. 
.TUESDAY NIGHT...Breezy. Rain, snow likely and a slight chance of
light freezing rain in the evening, then rain, snow and a chance
of light freezing rain after midnight. Snow accumulation near
Paradise of 1 to 4 inches. Snow level near 5000 feet. 
.WEDNESDAY...Rain, snow and a chance of light freezing rain in
the morning, then mostly cloudy with a chance of rain, snow and a
slight chance of light freezing rain in the afternoon. Moderate
snow accumulations. Snow level near 3000 feet decreasing to
1500 feet in the afternoon. 

&&

Temperature and wind forecasts for selected locations.

                       Mon    Tue    Tue    Wed  
                     Night         Night        

Summit   (14411 FT)     13     22     14     -2
                     NW 35  NW 35   W 65   W 55 

Camp Muir(10188 FT)     24     28     17      6
                      W 35   W 35   W 40   W 40 

Paradise  (5420 FT)     31     33     22     27
                      W 15   W 15   W 20   W 20 

Longmire  (2760 FT)     39     42     32     36
                      W  5   W  5   W 10   W 10 

++ Temperatures and wind for the summit and Camp Muir are average
   conditions expected in the free air at those elevations.
++ Temperatures for Paradise and Longmire are the expected highs and
   lows. Wind is the average wind expected during that period.

.Extended Forecast...

.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...Snow likely and a chance of light freezing
rain in the evening, then mostly cloudy with a chance of snow and
a slight chance of light freezing rain after midnight. 
.THURSDAY...Snow likely and a slight chance of light freezing
rain in the morning, then rain, snow likely and a slight chance
of light freezing rain in the afternoon. Snow may be heavy at
times. Snow level near 1000 feet. 
.THURSDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy. A chance of snow and a slight
chance of light freezing rain in the evening, then a chance of
snow after midnight. 
.FRIDAY...Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow. 
.FRIDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow in the
evening, then rain and snow after midnight. Snow level near
2000 feet. 
.SATURDAY...Rain and snow. Snow level near 3000 feet. 
.SATURDAY NIGHT...Rain and snow. Snow level near 2500 feet. 
.SUNDAY... Snow.
.SUNDAY NIGHT...Snow in the evening, then snow likely after
midnight. 
.MONDAY...Snow in the morning, then rain and snow in the
afternoon. Snow level near 2000 feet. 

$$

www.weather.gov/seattle

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Paradise Telemetry

    12-6-2021
    Northwest Avalanche Center
    Paradise, Mt Rainier National Park, Washington

     MM/DD  Hour  Temp    RH  Wind  Wind  Wind  Hour Total 24 Hr Total Solar
             PST     F     %   Avg   Max   Dir Prec. Prec.  Snow  Snow  W/m2
                 5400' 5400' 5380' 5380' 5380' 5400' 5400' 5400' 5400' 5380'
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
      12 5  1600    23    94     0     0   123     0     0     2    24    16
      12 5  1700    21    96     0     4    29     0     0     2    24     0
      12 5  1800    22    95     1     4   359     0     0     2    24     0
      12 5  1900    22    95     1     4     6     0     0     2    24     0
      12 5  2000    22    93     1     5    46     0     0     2    24     0
      12 5  2100    22    94     2     4    28     0     0     2    24     0
      12 5  2200    21    91     2     4    12     0     0     2    24     0
      12 5  2300    21    92     2     8   359     0     0     2    24     0
      12 6     0    22    95     6    12   287   .01   .01     1    23     0
      12 6   100    21    96     5     8   276   .07   .08     3    22     0
      12 6   200    25    99     5     8   295   .08   .16     4    24     0
      12 6   300    27   100     8    15   271   .12   .28     4    24     0
      12 6   400    29   100    11    18   272   .11   .39     4    25     0
      12 6   500    29   100    10    17   272    .1   .49     5   161     0
      12 6   600    28   100     8    11   276   .12   .61     5    25     0
      12 6   700    30   100     7    14   277   .15   .76     6    26     0
      12 6   800    31   100    13    18   269   .17   .93     6    28     3
      12 6   900    32   100    13    20   266   .17   1.1     7    29    36
      12 6  1000    32   100    13    20   260   .12  1.22     6    28    95
      12 6  1100    32   100    12    20   262   .01  1.23     6   283   132
      12 6  1200    32   100    13    19   264   .03  1.26     6    28   107
      12 6  1300    32   100    13    20   263   .01  1.27     6    28    74
      12 6  1400    32   100    11    18   270     0  1.27     0    28    54
      12 6  1500    32   100    10    16   270   .02  1.29     0    27    23


          

                                                           Total
                                                           Prec.
                                                           5400'
          ------------------------------------------------------
                                                            1.29















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Camp Muir Telemetry

          12-6-2021
          Northwest Avalanche Center
          Camp Muir, Mt Rainier National Park, Washington
          
          Wind gages unheated and may rime

            MM/DD   Hour   Temp     RH   Wind   Wind   Wind   Wind  Solar
                     PST      F      %    Min    Avg    Max    Dir   w/m2
                         10110' 10110' 10110' 10110' 10110' 10110' 10110'
          ---------------------------------------------------------------
             12 5   1600     30     59      7     14     42    358     77
             12 5   1700     28     52      0     10     22    347      3
             12 5   1800     27     74      0      7     25     89      0
             12 5   1900     25     82      4     18     39     62      0
             12 5   2000     24     84      8     19     53     19      0
             12 5   2100     24     90      5     17     47    307      0
             12 5   2200     23     95      6     33     59    262      0
             12 5   2300     23     96     14     39     60    255      0
             12 6      0     22     96     35     61     82    256      0
             12 6    100     21     96     42     59     82    261      0
             12 6    200     20     95      7     35     70    261      0
             12 6    300     22     96      3     22     46    260      0
             12 6    400     21     96      7     25     44    252      0
             12 6    500     23     95      7     19     37    240      0
             12 6    600     23     97     10     29     49    247      0
             12 6    700     23     97      7     28     48    245      0
             12 6    800     22     96      7     27     45    242      2
             12 6    900     23     96      7     20     40    253     34
             12 6   1000     25     37      7     17     33    294    102
             12 6   1100     26     39     10     20     31    322    280
             12 6   1200     27     85     11     27     78    293    507
             12 6   1300     26     72     20     37     67    275    534
             12 6   1400     25     83     16     26     39    294    375
             12 6   1500     25     56     13     19     28    297    132





















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