METEOROLOGIST MELISSA FREY’S FORECAST DISCUSSION:
It’s starting to look a lot more like December around here. The freezing level dropped to 2,000 feet this morning and is on it’s way down. The jet stream took a big dive Tuesday, and is now spreading cold arctic air across the Pacific Northwest.
Most of the precipitation will wrap up early Wednesday, although a few isolated showers here and there are possible throughout the day. With dry, clear conditions overnight, we’ll see temperatures fall to the low 30s. Thursday will be dry, but cold and likely foggy. Highs will barely make it to the low 40s with lows falling to the low to mid 30s.
We’ll see a small storm Friday, then larger ones on Saturday and Monday. This will keep the weekend rather soggy, still cool and we’ll continue to see the snow pile up at the ski resorts!
Have a great Wednesday!
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