METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION:
A storm is spinning off the coast and showers are only a few hundred miles away. The storm will take a turn tonight and head into Northern California. The heavy rain will stay to our south, but the coast can expect showers throughout Monday. Inland areas can expect showers to return Monday afternoon as moisture wraps around the storm. The storm will continue to spin in Northern California bringing isolated showers into the area Tuesday. The Cascades can expect 3-6 inches of new snow above 3,500 feet.
The storm will move to the east Wednesday, which will end the showers across our area. Skies will be partly sunny Wednesday with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s.
A weak disturbance will move across the area Thursday. This disturbance won’t have much moisture with it, so showers will mainly stick to the western slopes of the Cascades. A few showers could bring some showers to the rest of the area Thursday afternoon.
We’ll have another, small break from the wet weather Friday before another storm moves in Saturday.
Have a wonderful week!
Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn