Friday April 24th 6:00 PM
Showers staying in the forecast and even a chance of T-Storms early tonight.
A trough of low pressure will keep the showers locked in over the Pacific Northwest through Saturday. In the mountains snow will fall above the 3,000 foot level, amounts will be 1-2". Saturday afternoon the showers could be heavy at times and produce some periods of brief heavy rain and hail.
Sunday expect a mostly dry day as high pressure starts to build in across the region. Temperatures will also be a bit closer to normal for this time of year. High should reach the low 60s. Much sunnier and and warmer weather arrives early next week. Afternoon highs will bounce back into the upper 70s to low 80s.
Tonight's low 44
Saturday's high 58