Friday May 13
A few dry days are showing up. When? Let’s review the latest outlook.
A mild weekend ahead in regard to temperatures, but it will not be totally dry. A system will arrive this evening, Fri the 13th, essentially from the west, hence the warmer temps (in the 60s). Rain will turn to showers later Sat. Another cooler storm will spin into SW BC on Sunday, so Patrons around the Puget Sound can expect additional precipitation; OR Patrons should be mostly dry.
Next week looks to open with a dry, mild Monday & Tue. There is the chance for a weak disturbance to usher in showers later on Tue, but that has been trending away. Wed will be WET, as a cold front moves across the region; continued showers on Thu with cooler temperatures, yet again. Here comes some dry. Fri May 20 and on into the weekend of the 21st & 22nd, we are seeing nice Spring weather on the charts. Plus, we see dry, mild conditions holding until late Tue night, May 24. That’s a potential 4-5 day stretch of warm, dry wx. For our Patrons in the eastern basins and high desert, a weak Low may usher in showers or thunderstorms Mon May 23.
Rain & showers are charted to return Wed the 25th over the entire PNW, as will the pesky chilly temperatures to close the week. We are getting hints that Memorial Day weekend could be dry & very warm, with a muggy warm front possible moving in from the SW late Sunday May 29.
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