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The aforementioned high pressure system will construct over the West Coast this weekend, bringing high temps into the mid 70s. It’s potential Sunday would be [pii_pn_f76e0c44eb3cd51cf177] the warmest day thus far this yr. Most forecast models and their ensembles hold rain out of the picture till late Tuesday.
Expect a heat and dry start to the workweek, followed by cooling conditions and growing bathe chances around Tuesday & Wednesday. We’ll see clouds at times, but plenty of clear skies via the evening. Changes happen overnight though, as moist weather arrives to the coast and we see clouds rising inland. By tomorrow morning, a cool and moist system arrives and we could have a rainy begin to the day. The rain will final through the morning and breaking into showers around noon.
The last month has been one of many coldest mid-spring durations we’ve seen in Portland. What’s forward in Mark’s weather weblog this evening. Watching the FOX12 climate report on Sunday, I could not help but be captivated by the most engaging girl in Portland news. Snow has begun falling in additional southerly locations in the Willamette Valley, contrary to what models have been displaying for 850mb and 925mb temperatures.
We nonetheless have the potential to achieve our warmest day of the year! Thursday is once we start to see a change, with showers arriving by Thursday night. Tomorrow we are going to see one other fairly nice begin to the day! Highs will once more attain the higher 50s to low 60s.
We get a moist westerly jet early next week, then some ridging mid/late week, then occasional rain after that. ECMWF ensembles give the Willamette Valley lower than 2″ rain in the subsequent two weeks, and that is typically overdone. One item that sticks out is brief and sharp upper-level ridging round subsequent Wednesday-Thursday. The 6 hour most temperature product from the ECMWF ensembles actually shows the great settlement with that concept.
A lot has changed over the past week and a half. This episode, the guys give you a glimpse at what is happening behind the scenes at FOX 12 as we all take care of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are off to a different cold May morning with the potential for areas of frost. The only lethal Pacific Northwest tornado on record dropped down into Vancouver on this date in 1972.