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Marietta WA (closest station)

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Marietta, US
2:47 pm, February 25, 2024
weather icon 48°F
L: 39° H: 48°
broken clouds
Humidity 88 %
Pressure 23 inhg
Wind 13 mph S
UV Index: 0.33
Precipitation: 0.04 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 7:01 am
Sunset: 5:46 pm
Daily ForecastHourly Forecast
Today
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39° / 48°°F 0.04 inch 96% 27 mph 90 % 23 inhg 0 mm/h
Tomorrow
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37° / 42°°F 0.03 inch 74% 20 mph 59 % 23 inhg 3.25 mm/h
Tue Feb 27
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34° / 41°°F 0.04 inch 92% 19 mph 87 % 23 inhg 2 mm/h
Wed Feb 28
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40° / 46°°F 0.04 inch 100% 27 mph 93 % 23 inhg 0 mm/h
Thu Feb 29
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37° / 42°°F 0.04 inch 93% 25 mph 92 % 23 inhg 0 mm/h
Fri Mar 01
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38° / 43°°F 0.04 inch 93% 22 mph 62 % 23 inhg 1.03 mm/h
Sat Mar 02
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34° / 40°°F 0 inch 7% 8 mph 71 % 23 inhg 0 mm/h
Sun Mar 03
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37° / 42°°F 0.02 inch 43% 8 mph 76 % 23 inhg 0.18 mm/h

Wind & Weather Prediction

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Tsunami Alerts for our Region

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Tsunami Frequently Asked Questions

NWS TsunamiReady® Program

Alarms / Testing

Citizen Science

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Earthquake Tracking

Each listing is a link to the USGS Earthquakes Hazzard program and are updated every 30 minutes so you can get a direct link to an event.
The Tsunami Icon  is shown at major events in oceanic regions. The visibility of this icon does not indicate whether a tsunami has actually occurred or is about to occur. If this icon is visible, more actual information is available via the USGS website (with a link to NOAA –  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).

USGS Significant Earthquakes, Past Week

Updated on Sun 25 Feb 14:47:18 (PST)

Excellent article by NOAA – Cascadia Subduction Zone

The Cascadia Subduction Zone off the coast of North America spans from northern California to southern British Columbia. This subduction zone can produce earthquakes as large as magnitude 9 and corresponding tsunamis.
Source: Federal Emergency Management Agency

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Updated: 2024/02/01 @ 12:18 am Alan Krum

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