Split Decision

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

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The weather for the next 17 days (through June 12) is generally split between two zones, if you will.  1) Puget Sound, southern BC, Vancouver Island; 2) south of roughly Chehalis and east of the Cascades, both WA & OR, along with ID.  Here’s the rundown, as of today, May 27.
1) NW WA area & BC.  ☔️ Cloudy & wet at times every day except:
  • Dry today, May 27
  • Dry this coming Thursday - Saturday, May 30 - Jun 1
  • Dry Fri - Sunday Jun 6-9.  (STORMY east side of WA & over ID on Fri & Sat Jun 7,8.)
2) S of Chehalis & east sides.  ☀️ Sunny with mild-to-warm temps every day except:
  • Wet tomorrow -Tuesday & early Wednesday May 28,29
  • Wet Monday & Tuesday Jun 3,4 (mainly cloudiness south of Salem
  • Wet Monday - Wednesday Jun 10-12. 
For all the PNW - the Jun 7-9 period could be the warmest consecutive run of days thus far in 2024.  Early yet to peg this forecast, as models have inconsistently hinted a ’summer ridge’ building into the region, from the south.  Stay tuned.
Bottom line — over the next 2 weeks, the Puget Sound corner of the PNW looks to be more wet than dry, with the opposite pattern for areas south of that zone.
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