Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Evening Forecast Discussion:
Still seeing some light drizzle out across the region tonight, but we should slowly dry out overnight and likely start off foggy for our Friday, first of November tomorrow! Lows tonight will be warmer still, falling into the mid to low 40s.
Friday sees the return of mostly sunny skies and a bit warmer back up to near 60. However, it will be short lived as a potent storm system will fire through the Northwest late Friday night through Sunday. Saturday will likely be very wet at times with the bulk of the rain coming through early Saturday morning becoming showery in the afternoon. Gusty along the coast with waves above 15-20 feet. In the mountains, Pass levels will see anywhere from 2-5″ of snow so it may be the first time to pull out the chains this weekend. Higher elevations may see up to 10+” by the end of the weekend!
The showers continue on and off through early next week as we settle into a more typical pattern for this time of year, with highs in the lower 50s and occasional sun breaks. Another strong storm is poised to blast through on Thursday and Friday.
Have a great Friday!
– Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton
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