One Damp Period Ahead

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Monday June 10
A fair mix of weather ahead; quite seasonal.  Let’s enjoy a morn’n bev and get the week going - - -
Pleasant conditions in store this week, with morning marine clouds pushing inland, at times, burning off in the afternoon.  The Puget Sound will have mid-level clouds moving overhead Tue evening (showers over N Vanc. Is) and early Wed.  OR & ID conditions just fine. 
By the coming weekend, we can expect increasing clouds and chance for some showers over the Puget Sound Fri night, then expanding over OR and SW WA by late Sunday and into Monday.  Monday & Tue next week are charting to be our wettest period for the balance of June.  Quarter-to-half inch cumulative precip west side is probable.  Outside chance for a few showers around the 28th (a cold front drops down the BC coast), but that is ‘on the edge’ of our model’s view right now.
Onshore flow will hold temperatures in the moderate range.  For now, it looks like a HOT wx pattern may return around Jun 20-25.  We’ll see.
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