In A Word

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Monday October 3
That word is DRY.  At least your morn’n Mug is wet.
For the first half of October 2022, DRY is likely the word for weather conditions around the PNW & California.  Model solutions have been drifting away from rain returning by the 14th; rain may be held off through the weekend of Oct 15,16.  Geez.  There are a couple of model runs that begin a stormy period to the region after the 15th, one of which could be quite windy, esp over southern BC & NW WA on the 18th.  We’ll see about that.
For the next week or so, onshore breezes will be limited to late afternoon, so expect a bit of fog to burn off slowly, yielding to sunshine in the afternoons; temperatures will be mild.  October harvests should proceed without moisture or frost issues, although overnight lows may dip into the upper 30s east of the Cascades around Wed/Thu Oct 12,13, as a Canadian High drops south.  That High could trigger WINDY conditions in southeast OR and CA.
Bland is another word to describe our weather for the next couple of weeks.   
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