Almost Here

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Monday March 11
That’s right, an extended mild-to-warm dry weather pattern is almost here.  We are ready.  You?
Chilly, wet & windy pattern will move in today and hold on through Tue.  Then — dry, sunny days will begin by Wednesday, with warming on into the coming weekend.  Our much anticipated dry cycle will bless the PNW with some of the warmest temperatures since last fall.  The weekend could present temps in the upper 60s to low 70s all the way up & down the PNW.  A blessed St Patrick’s Day, for sure.
Next week will continue to be dry, with a cool down possible by mid-week, lasting through Fri Mar 22.  There will be a cold Low moving south off the coast of OR & WA, which will push a few clouds inland and cool temps down.  Right now, we do not see drenching rain issues during the weekend of Mar 23,24, but the dry pattern will begin to break down that weekend.  
Models hint at a return to BELOW normal temperatures and rain/showers/mountain snow as the last several days of March arrive.  Will this verify?  Will March end like a Lion (just like it started) and not a Lamb?  For now, plan on wet weather returning after the 24th and hope a change for the better will take place instead.  Time to work the land and set up those garden plots.
☘️ In the meantime, take full advantage of an amazing stretch of delightful weather coming to a sky near you starting Wednesday March 13.
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