Spring Forth

Posted by Rufus La Lone on

Friday April 5
Frost east side this morning; nearly so in west side locations.  Today, Friday, should be fairly decent & mostly dry.  Additional showers and slightly cooler temperatures will arrive tomorrow, Apr 6 and slowly improve on Sunday.  Our current ‘chill snap’ will yield to an excellent stretch of Spring weather across much of the PNW, although it will take a couple extra days for the far north corner over Vancouver Is and north Puget Sound area to catch up with OR & ID.
Models chart mild-to-warm conditions for OR, SW WA & ID beginning Mon Apr 8 and lasting well through the following weekend (Apr 13,14).  Yep, excellent wx will Spring forth for outdoor activity & agricultural ventures.  Right now, the warmest days (70s) next week are charting for Wed & Thu Apr 10,11.  Cooler by Fri, as an onshore flow will increase, as will cloudiness over the Vancouver Is, southern BC & NW WA.  A weak system is modeled to clip that area.  However, by Sunday Apr 14 - warm (70-77), pleasant temps are probable up and down the entire west coast, including V Island.
Early the week of Apr 15 (Mon & Tue) is looking mild-to-warm for all locations, with the next cool, possibly damp, cycle getting into place around Wed that week.   Lots of variability in model solutions that far out, so we can expect adjustments.  For now, plan on a decent stretch of dry & MILD April weather beginning this coming Monday the 8th, lasting on through Apr 16 (remember, this starts a few days later for north Puget Sound region).
Total Solar Eclipse - Monday Apr 8: wx continues to look mostly cloudy along the TX portion of the Eclipse path, but the weak front bringing in the clouds (and showers) may hold off long enough to allow decent viewing in locations to the NE of TX - such as AR, IL, IN, OH. 
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