Looking for Spring

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Good Friday 2022
A wet & unseasonably cool April will continue.  The 2 'warm days' next week are trending to arrive a few days late - next weekend.  In the meantime, Mug on we must.
After a sub-freezing Good Friday morning around the PNW (28F in Albany), a warmer system moves in from the SW later this evening, for a damp start to the Easter weekend.  By late Saturday, the moisture should end, with a decent, but chilly, Sunrise expected on Easter Sunday.  Easter will be pleasant for outdoor activities.  
Short-lived pleasant, as yet another round of rain & chilly conditions return to the PNW to start a new week.  Could be windy, too.  A break on Wed Apr 20 is possible, however, unlike our last report, it does NOT look to last more than several hours, if that.  Rain returns later on Wed for a wet night, a wet Thu and then drying out a bit for several hours on Earth Day, Fri Apr 22. 
The weekend of Apr 23,24 is looking dry and generally warmer, although a weak system with a few showers may clip Vancouver Is & north Puget Sound Sunday evening.
Long-range outlook suggests that the last week of April 2022 will be unseasonably cold again, with plenty of rain/showers and snowfall down to relatively low levels.  The 5th month of the year looks to start wet & chilly.  Where’s Spring???
A Tweet from someone in the Seattle area:  “Due to supply chain issues, your February order of snow has now been delivered.  We apologize for any inconvenience."
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