Pleasant Wx Time

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Monday April 8
'Blocked sunlight' day, in many locations east of the Rockies.  For the PNW, improving wx conditions will be the story.  Mug time.
A cool, wet system will skirt much of western WA & BC today and early Tue, while the rest of the PNW will remain dry, with a few clouds.  Warmer, dry conditions are on tap for the week, with sunshine up & down the west coast by mid-week.  Temperatures will be pleasant - in the upper 60s to low 70s probable.  
By the coming weekend, a system will skirt southwest of the PNW coast, ushering in a few clouds (moving up from the south) on Saturday Apr 13.  Rain from this storm will impact northern CA, with an increasing chance for showers and/or thunderstorms moving north into OR & WA overnight Sat into early Sunday.  It will clear off later on Sunday the 14th.
The week of Apr 15-19 is trending COOLER, with a cold front moving down the BC coast Monday.  Current charting indicates a chilly shower period for Mon & Tue, Apr 15,16, with clearing from the north by Wed.  Cool temps over WA on Wed; a bit warmer for OR & ID.  Dry conditions remain on the charts for the balance of the week, with temps rebounding into the 60s & 70s to end the week.
Weekend of Apr 20,21 is looking dry and mild.  Some cloudiness over NW WA, but no rain is foreseen at this time.
After that pleasant weekend, indications are for a wet, cool week to follow (Apr 22-26).  
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