Mostly Dry

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Friday January 14

Refill your Mug and read on for the latest weather outlook.  Hint: not much of a change from our last sip.
Overall, a dry pattern will prevail under a ridge of High pressure along the west coast.  There will be a few exceptions, so we’ll address those.
This weekend will be dry, except for showers will be over Vancouver Is & far NW WA Sunday, Mon and early Tue.  Morning fog in many locations west of the Cascades.  Hopefully, on Wed Jan 19 an offshore breeze will help push fog away, and provide a couple of sunny mornings to end the week.
The weekend of Jan 22,23 may present a weak trough just off the OR coast, so clouds could increase, but no precipitation is expected, other than coastal drizzle.
Dry conditions are charting for Mon - Wed Jan 24-26.  Patrons in the Puget Sound region could get some showers on Thu the 27th, as a weak surface disturbance swings by.  That front will also usher in some of the coolest temps since our last winter blast (but NOT super cold, just the lowest in a few weeks).  You probably guessed it - the east winds will pick up, too, as High pressure will drop into the eastern basins.  Portions of California may experience strong easterly winds the weekend of Jan 28,29.
February?  Well, early in the month we may begin to enter another cold, wintery pattern, or a least a return to wet Pacific storms, depending on the center position of the Pacific High pressure ridge.  
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