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NOAA Mountain Weather Forecast links down or?

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All my bookmarks have changed for the NOAA Mtn weather forecasts. These are the ones for the western slopes of north cascades...... etc. Perhaps it is a temporary glitch but the message comes up that I need to update my bookmarks. Anyone else having this problem? FWIW I have found those links to be the hardest to find by simply navigating the home page of just about any website I've ever used.

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Thanks, genepires thumbs_up.gif. The link I found for Rainier ( ldfe93u534nlokg ) isn't quite the same as the forecast used to be. The old one had temperature estimates for Longmire, Paradise, Muir, and the summit. I still miss those, but this is much better than using Seattle's forecast and guesswork smile.gif.

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Thanks for that link very much! I knew the same information had to be in a different wrapper.

 

From this link you have to point to where you think Mt Baker is to get the "western slopes of the north cascades" forecast, and point to where you think Winthrop is to get the "eastern slopes" and so on. I'll probably point to all the regional ones and recreate my bookmarks. Once you are in your regional forecast there is a new "experimental" feature. You can click right on say 12 miles or so from Stehekin and get a grid cell based forecast for that point. It tells what elevation that point is and in theory can give you a "to the point" forecast. I'm a little skeptical. I have found the regional mountain forecasts to be more than accurate as they come complete with snow level for that area, chance of precip / thundershowers / etc wave.gif

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Their 'change of web page' notification is here, but is not helpful in finding old links.

the gridpoint forcast is pretty cool, but i miss the daily synopsis. that was helpful in guageing the changes throughout the day. cry.gif

 

edit: SWEET!! their meteogram's are back up!!

Edited by Ricardo_Montalban

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thanks jeremy, that's exactly what i was looking for...but for portland and N. OR cascades.

do you have a link that got you to that page?

 

edit: nevermind. click the 'special weather statement' to get there

Edited by Ricardo_Montalban

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