Saturday, March 8th 3:30 p.m.
More rain, wind on the way for Saturday evening...
We're back to a stormy pattern just in time for the weekend and the Timbers home opener.
Expect rain to stay with us until after midnight, it could be heavy at times, and it'll be breezy in the metro area with gusts of 30 to 40mph possible.
A High Wind Warning is in place for the Coast and Coast Range and Willapa HIlls until about midnight. South winds could gust from 50-70mph. Sustained winds will be possible from 25-40mph.
The storm front will move through fairly quickly, and we'll see rain tapering back to showers Sunday morning.
Colder air behind the front will move in and do a few things: Give us colder overnight temperatures, lower the snow level in the Cascades from above Timberline down to the passes on Monday, and create some unstable air conditions that could kick up a Monday thunderstorm.
The rest of the coming week will be fairly dry with warmer daytime highs into the 60's.
Tonight - 51
Tomorrow - 58