Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Monday April 11
Record Spring SNOW falling in many west side locations this morning.  Relief from the chilly pattern remains several days away.  Mug up.
Cold, damp pattern will hold through much of this week.  Another weak, cold Low will drop in later tomorrow, with more low elevation snow and rain/snow mixed at the surface action.  The chance for a frost has shifted to Thu or Fri morning, only because cloud cover should keep temps just above freezing.  Mountain, coast range and foothill snow showers will continue on & off until the weekend.
By Good Friday, a warm front will swing inland south of Brookings OR, pushing warmer temperatures north into the Willamette Valley, SW WA by Saturday.  Rain/showers possible from Salem south, with a slight chance for showers around Portland later Saturday.  Most of WA and southern BC should stay dry through the weekend.  Easter also looks dry for OR, although a bit chilly for Sunrise Services.
Monday after Easter may be a transition day before a warm rain arrives late day or evening.  Wet Tue Apr 19.  Now, for those looking for another classic sunny & warm Spring afternoon — Wed & Thu Apr 20,21 NEXT week may hit the spot.  Take advantage, because plenty of RAIN and blustery conditions return by Earth Day, Fri Apr 22nd.  That weekend on through Tue Apr 27 is charting WET.  Good book time.
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