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Wind Advisory issued August 29 at 9:59AM PDT until August 29 at 8:00PM PDT by NWS

...STRONG COLD FRONT TO PRODUCE VERY WINDY CONDITIONS AND BLOWING DUST TODAY... .A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL PRODUCE STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE REGION LATE THIS MORNING INTO THE EARLY EVENING HOURS. SOME WIND GUSTS MAY BE STRONG ENOUGH TO RESULT IN HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS FOR HIGH PROFILE VEHICLES AND CAUSE ISOLATED TREE DAMAGE AND

Today

Hi77° Isolated Showers

Tonight

Lo56° Chance Showers

Sunday

Hi71° Scattered Showers then Partly Sunny

Sunday Night

Lo55° Mostly Cloudy

Monday

Hi74° Slight Chance Showers

Monday Night

Lo55° Slight Chance Showers

Tuesday

Hi75° Slight Chance Showers

Tuesday Night

Lo55° Slight Chance Showers

Wednesday

Hi72° Slight Chance Showers then Mostly Sunny

Wednesday Night

Lo55° Slight Chance Showers

K.C. Mehaffey

Department: Editorial

Position: World staff writer

Responsibilities: Environment, Lake Chelan, Okanogan, Photographer, Reporter

Contact K.C.

Phone: 509-997-2512 (work), 509-881-0866 (cell)

Email: (work)

  1. CONCONULLY — When fire came over Funk Mountain to the north and headed toward Conconully on the evening of Aug. 18, most residents and visitors fled this small fishing resort town north of Omak.
  2. OMAK — When Laura Griffith evacuated from the Tonasket area with her father and her dog on Thursday, she didn't know which way to go.
  3. OKANOGAN — On Monday, the Okanogan Complex Fires had burned more land than 2014's Carlton Complex fires. 
  4. OKANOGAN — They may not add up to the largest wildfire in Washington’s history, but people who lived through last year's Carlton Complex Fire say this summer's fires in Okanogan County are even worse.
  5. CARLTON — Tom Zbyszewski, one of the three firefighters killed in the Twisp River Fire on Wednesday, was truly one in a million.