WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY ISSUED FOR THE COAST
5:30am Wednesday, February 21, 2018
ICY CONDITIONS THROUGHOUT THE REGION THIS AM, ESPECIALLY SECONDARY STREETS
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for the coast from 4pm Wednesday through 10pm Wednesday. 1-2” of snow is forecast in coastal areas including Westport, Ocean Shores, Pacific Beach, Moclips, Taholah, Hoquiam and Aberdeen. Areas away from the coast in Grays Harbor County, could see snow showers with little to no accumulation. Snow could fall regionally, until the early morning hours on Thursday.
All area roadways could be icy in patches, especially secondary streets this morning. Use extreme caution driving this morning and during periods of snow later today.
Another round of light snow is forecast for Thursday Evening into Friday. At this time models predict little accumulation.
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Emergency Management Role in Grays Harbor County
The Division of Emergency Management (DEM) is responsible for developing and maintaining a Countywide infrastructure for emergency/disaster preparedness, response, mitigation and recovery.
This is accomplished by means of a cooperative, multi-jurisdictional organization which includes the Cities of Aberdeen, Cosmopolis, Elma, Hoquiam, McCleary, Montesano, Oakville, Ocean Shores, Westport, the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation, the Quinault Indian Nation, all 15 County Fire Districts and every Grays Harbor County Department.
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The Division of Emergency Management actively prepares for and participates in the following functions:
TsunamiReady helps community leaders and emergency managers strengthen their local operations by being sufficiently prepared to save lives in the event of a Tsunami through better planning, education and awareness. Although no community is tsunami proof, being TsunamiReady can help minimize loss to our community.
Grays Harbor County continues to hold both designations of StormReady and TsunamiReady.