METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION:
A large storm off the coast of California continues to push moisture into western Oregon. So, isolated showers will continue into Sunday morning, with snow showers above 5,000 feet. Mountains can expect an addition 1-3″ of snow through Sunday morning.
The first of many waves/storms will swing through Sunday afternoon. Heavy rain will begin along the coast around lunchtime and then spread inland in the early afternoon. Winds will also pick up along the coast, with gusts around 35 mph. High temperatures Sunday will be mild and in the mid 50s.
Rain will continue Monday. The snowline will climb to 6,500 feet Monday bringing rain above the pass levels. Showers will continue Tuesday through Thursday as two more storms move though. Snowlines will drop with Thursday’s storm down to 4,000 feet, bringing some more, and much need, snow to the mountains. High pressure does appear to build by Friday, which should end the shower activity for a couple of days.
Have a super Sunday!
Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn