Normal Start

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Monday November First
We start the roll down hill to end 2021, as the last 2 months of a year ALWAYS seem to fly by fast with holiday speed.  We have lots of weather action on the way.  Here is the latest prognostication.
Not much change from our last forecast.  The short break in rain ended this morning, from the south-to-north, as a weak front moves in from the SW.  Not a bad day, overall.  Next system due in late tomorrow.  First to get in on the rain will be Vancouver Is & NW WA, then the "long-front" will bring rain to most of the west coast, Bay area north, late Wed.  It will turn quite WINDY Thu.  Back-to-back WINDY systems will be moving into the PNW, so expect wet, blustery conditions to remain in play on through Sat.  Sunday could be the driest day of the next several.  Not as warm as we hoped, in fact, the cold air on the back side of Saturday's disturbance could drop snow levels to the lowest elevations yet this fall.  Patrons in the northern Puget Sound may see snow/rain mixed.  Just say’n.
The week of Nov 8 - 12 has continued to chart as wet & chilly, with periods of wind.  Late week looks rather cold, with a repeat of Saturday’s low snow levels, even south into OR.  Also, CA will likely get more rain late that week, as well.  Ah, November.
The second weekend of November continues to trend on the blustery WET side, with chilly temps.  There have been a few outlier model runs pushing most of the precip well north of OR, maybe even keeping all of WA dry, except north of Everett.  Accuracy is crazy bad that far out, but we always present the possibilities for your morn’n beverage enjoyment.  
Overall, decent amount of rain and mountain snow is on the way for November.  Normal.
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