Sunday, March 29th 11:30 p.m.
One More Dry, Warm Day...
Partly cloudy skies overnight, with light wind and temperatures falling into the mid 40's around Portland.
The Monday morning trip back to work and school will be dry and mild...so will the trip home. Afternoon tempeartures will work their back into the mid to upper 60's, once again well above average.
We'll get increasing late afternoon clouds ahead of the next frontal system late tomorrow. The rain arrives late Monday night, turning to showers through Tuesday, Wednesday and beyond. We're even watching for potential thunderstorms and hail Tuesday and Wednesday.
Temperatures will cool from the 60s into the 50s through the end of the week.
A note for drivers heading into the Cascades this week. Snow levels are expected to come down to the passes into Tuesday, and may fluctuate only slightly through this week, too. Tuesday through the weekend, we could see up to a half foot of new snow in the mountains at the lower elevations, closer to a foot and a half higher up.
Tonight - 45
Tomorrow - 68
Monday - 56