Plenty of Sunshine

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Memorial Day 2023
We lift our Mugs in honor of our Nation’s Fallen Heroes.  They are not forgotten. 
Plenty of sunshine continues to be the key attribute of the long-range wx outlook.  Current model projections keep a steady course of sun, onshore breezes - strong at times - and mild-to-warm afternoons through June 16.  There will be periods of thunderstorms / showers, mainly over the southern Cascades and portions to the east, esp June 8-11.
Onshore flow will increase notably Tue & Wed this week, and again this Sunday & Monday.  In between, we will experience warmer temps as the marine air influence wanes a few days.  Mid 80s late this week is possible; a bit cooler for Patrons around the Puget Sound; a similar ‘warm-up’ is likely June 6-8.
Enjoy the pleasant conditions - great for gardening, farming, graduations & outdoor activity.
These images below of a humpback whale were taken by Rufus in Stephens Passage / Juneau during our whale watching excursion on May 16.  The wx was “Alaska Perfect” - exceptionally clear, calm & 78 degrees.  
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