Mild & Damp

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Friday January 19
Remnants of the Arctic Front remain, mostly as piles of snow/ice, although there are cold spots east of the Cascades (normal) and near the Gaps (Fraser & Columbia).   Refill your Mug and see what the balance of January holds in the weather department.
Good news for the remainder of January —>>  mild & wet.  Most of the rain fields will move in from the west-to-northwest, which will keep temperatures mild for January.  The systems are going to be 'spaced out' and are not modeled to be super wet.  Therefore, we can expect 12-24 hr breaks in the rainfall, with a longer stretch of dry likely in the Jan 31 through Feb 2 period.  Please note: NW WA & southern BC will get the brunt of the rainfall, although no flooding issues are currently charting.  
There will be the normal cold air mass pooling over Alaska & the Yukon for the rest of January, but right now, we do not see another movement into the PNW through at least Feb 4, or longer.
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