Date: September 25, 2016
Time: 04:09 PM

Temperature:
70°F
Humidity:
54%
Dewpoint:
52.4°F
Barometer:
30.3 mb
Wind:
E at 1.0 mph
Wind Chill:
70°F
Sun Rise:
06:03 AM
Sun Set:
06:00 PM
Today:
Highs
Lows
Temperature:
70.9°F
56.3°F
Humidity:
88%
50%
Dewpoint:
54.3°F
51.3°F
Wind Speed:
4.0 mph
0.0 mph
Wind Chill:
70.9°F
56.4°F
Rainfall:
Inches
Today:
0.00 inches
Yesterday:
0.02 inches
This Month:
0.95 inches
This Year:
11.32 inches
Last Year:
6.68 inches

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Welcome to the Anacortes weather page, the most complete site for weather information about Anacortes Washington, and all of Fidalgo Island.

This page is sponsored by the Mt. Erie Volunteer Fire department, which serves the south end of Fidalgo Island. The current weather information is from our real time weather station mounted atop the flagpole at Station One on Deception Road. This information is refreshed every fifteen minutes.

From this page you will be able to find everything you want to know about Anacortes weather including historical data dating back to 1939, sunshine statistics, weather forecasts, weather columns about Anacortes, real time weather stations readings, and much more. When you are finished with the weather page, please visit our home page to learn more about our volunteer fire department. You’ll find the latest news about our department, tips for protecting your home, information on how to join the department, and much more.

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