Delightful PNW Easter

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Monday March 25
March will ‘roar’ one more time, then go out like a lamb.  Let’s check it out.
Hit & miss showers today, less so tomorrow.  Cool temps both days.  Late Tue evening, the next ‘roar’ of March will begin to impact the PNW.  Rain increasing, WIND and mountain snow on tap for both Wed & Thu Mar 27,28.  Precip amounts will range from 1/2” - 3/4” in the lowlands (likely less over the Puget Sound); more than that for the coast, coast ranges and Cascades (mostly snow above 3,000-5,000 ft).
Good Friday is trending drier, with very few showers here & there, as the March ‘roar’ heads south into California for a wet Easter weekend.  Around the PNW, temps will rise and clouds will clear away presenting a delightful weekend & blessed EASTER morning.  Temps could tease the upper 60s on Easter Day.  March exits as a Lamb.
Next week will start out dry, as the next shot of chills and rain/showers is now charting to arrive mid-week, rather than Fri Apr 5.  April Fool’s Day will be pleasant.  Late Tue the clouds will increase and temps will being to cool again.  Wed, Thu & Fri, Apr 2-5, look quite damp & chilly.
The weekend of Apr 6,7 is trending mixed, with Sat being the drier of the two days.  Not very warm outside.  California will have yet another wet, blustery weekend.  All indications are for a wet week Apr 8-12.  Warmer, though.  
For those heading to TX and the Midwest for the Total Solar Eclipse —> wx on Monday April 8 is looking as clearing over TX, cloudy & wet the farther to the NE on the Total Eclipse path one stations that day.  That storm will be moving to the NE, with timing not the most favorable for viewing an Eclipse other than in TX or SE corner of OK.  This could change if the storm slows or speeds up as it crosses the region.
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