Monica Guza

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Name: Monica Guza
Date registered: May 12, 2014

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  1. Rain, Rain, Rain — February 2, 2015
  2. Staying Dry With Fog, Clouds And Sun — January 26, 2015
  3. Drying Out For Most Of The Week — January 19, 2015
  4. A Couple Dry Days Then The Rain Returns — January 12, 2015
  5. Mild Weather Week — January 5, 2015

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Rain, Rain, Rain

A giant low pressure system out in the Pacific will sling storm after storm at us as we go through the week. The first one arrives Tuesday bringing rain and clouds to the area. A brief respite on Wednesday as high pressure moves in and dries us out. Then the rain returns, with a subtropical … Continue reading »

Staying Dry With Fog, Clouds And Sun

High pressure is holding steady across the West. A very weak system will break through Tuesday. This will help the fog to clear out of the valleys sooner and may bring some drizzle to the coast. Wednesday and Thursday the high pressure ridge rebuilds keeping us mild and dry. The inland valleys will tend to … Continue reading »

Drying Out For Most Of The Week

A big high pressure ridge is building slowly over the Pacific Northwest. This means we will stay dry for a few days. Tuesday will begin with some low clouds and fog in the inland valleys that should clear off to partly sunny skies. As the ridge strengthens Wednesday the fog will become more persistent in … Continue reading »

A Couple Dry Days Then The Rain Returns

A ridge of high pressure is building over the West. This is drying us out and will keep our weather calm for a couple of days. The sun will shine on the mountains and the coast while the valleys will see fog and low clouds. Thursday is when the weather begins to change as the … Continue reading »

Mild Weather Week

A strong high pressure system has built swiftly over the West and will stay with us through the end of the week. This will create some very stable and mild days ahead. Temperature will hover just below 50 in the valleys, warmer in the mountains and near 60 at the coast.  The high pressure will create … Continue reading »

Freezing Temperatures Monday

Arctic air is filtering down from the north now and will arrive by Monday midday. There will be cold showers in the morning with snow lines dropping close to 500 feet. A second push of cold air hits in the early afternoon. This will dry the region out and cause temperatures to plummet well below … Continue reading »

Showers Continue Through Monday

The steady rain will switch over to showers Sunday for the low lands. Meanwhile the snow continues to fall above 2000′. Monday morning a weak system moves onshore bringing a fresh round of morning showers. Monday night modified Arctic air pours in from the north. This will cause any left over showers to  dry up … Continue reading »

A Mild Week Ahead

As the upper level flow becomes northwesterly we will begin a cool down to milder weather. Wednesday will begin with clouds for the coast and most inland areas. There will also be a good chance for morning drizzle along the coast. Afternoon brings sunshine and temperatures into the low 80’s inland and low 60’s for … Continue reading »

It’s Feeling A Bit More Like Fall

High pressure over the West has broken down and now a number of weak systems will be moving in from the Pacific. This will bring cooler temperatures (70’s and 80’s) to the inland areas and morning clouds all week long. The coastal regions will be cloudy with a good chance for morning drizzle Tuesday and Wednesday … Continue reading »

Cool Showers On The Way

A low pressure system is moving onshore Tuesday night and will spread cool showers and the threat of thunderstorms across Western Oregon Wednesday. This low will help feed the instability that has been in the area for the last couple of days. High temperatures will only reach into the 70’s inland and 60’s along the … Continue reading »

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