Tuesday, May 5 5:30 AM
Scattered showers and cooler air will fill the valleys today.
A cold front passing through Oregon and Washington is creating scattered showers this morning. Some cells could produce heavier downpours later this afternoon. Daytime highs will be cooler than normal- landing in the upper 50s. Rain amounts are generally expected to be light over the next couple of days. Showers are also possible this evening. Overnight lows will be in the mid 40s.
All of the weather dynamics needed to create thunderstorms around the region will likely be present tomorrow. Thunderstorms may form over the Cascades and drift west into parts of the valley in the afternoon. Daytime highs will stay near 60 degrees.
A drying and warming trend develops on Thursday. Daytime highs will be back up into the mid 70s by Mother's Day weekend.