Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Finally some fall like weather... Umbrellas and Goretex needed.
Overcast skies have returned to the Pacific Northwest tonight. A weak warm front will brush by even bringing a chance of light rain Wednesday. Best chance for precipitation will be the coast and Southwest Washington. The Willamette Valley south of Salem will remain dry. Locally we might see .20" of rain.
Showers will taper off later Wednesday when high pressure builds behind the passing front. Thursday will be dry and mild with highs back into the middle 70s. Don't get used to that a much stronger system arrives Late Friday. The remains of hurricane Oho track into British Columbia. Oregon and Washington could see a soaking with rainy and breezy conditions Saturday and Sunday.
Tonight's low 58
Wednesday's high 67