Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:
Not many showers showing up on the radar this afternoon as the leftovers from our last winter cold front quickly dies off. Tonight, we’ll be clear most of the night with some marine clouds pushing at the coast and valley fog developing near sunrise. So expect temps to drop fast into the 30s tonight, bottoming out in the low 30s by sunrise with some light valley fog and maybe some light frost on your windshield.
Springtime is going to plant it into the Northwest starting Friday and through the weekend. Sunny skies are expected each day as a high pressure ridge blocks any approaching storms north into Washington. Highs will start to climb back into the upper 50s Friday and even warmer, into the upper 60s by Sunday! The next storm won’t bring back any rain chances until Tuesday and Wednesday. So get out there and enjoy the sunny, Spring weekend!
Have a great Thursday night!
– Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton
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