Forks Weather: Live 36 hour weather forecast for Forks WA, plus average and seasonal rainfall totals and reasons for weather patterns in Forks Washington.
Forks is...typically rainy.
No surprise there - the town lives in a temperate rain forest. But while Forks WA receives an average of 99.54 inches (252.83 cm) of rain per year, the vast majority of those inches falls in autumn, winter, and springtime.
Check out the interesting Forks WA weather stats and records below.
In Forks, moisture rolls in off the Pacific Ocean, passes over Forks and collects against the Olympic Mountain Range directly to the east of Forks WA.
There is SO MUCH moisture aloft that the entire region receives the overflow rainfall. The western slopes of the Olympic Mountains receive 140 - 170 inches (355.6 - 431.8 cm) per year, while the towns in the region still overflow with rainfall, from Aberdeen and Hoquiam in the southwest Olympic Peninsula to Neah Bay and Sekiu in the northwest Olympic Peninsula. This weather pattern results in a rain shadow effect on the leeward side of the Olympic mountains.
Forks Average Yearly Rainfall: 99.54 inches
Forks Average Yearly Rainfall per Season
Forks Average Monthly Rainfall
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