The rain still hasn’t given us a break! It doesn’t look like its going to either. Monday, we are going to see rain throughout the day with a high near 53 and a low near 45. Tuesday, we are going to see mostly cloudy skies with possibly a few sprinkles with a high near 52 and a low near 41. Wednesday, we are likely going to see rain with a high near 49 and a low near 39. I am currently monitoring cold air developing in western Canada which will develop more throughout the week, this is a good indication of the flow of wind to change which will allow the cold air move into western Washington next weekend. This will bring the risk of snow to lowland areas. I will keep you updated throughout the week about this system as it develops, but take this time to prepare yourselves now for the potential of the first winter weather of the season. Everyone enjoy your weeks!
Tony Propp recently graduated high school. He is planning to attend The University of Oklahoma and is currently a National Weather Service (Skywarn) Storm spotter. He is also known nationally for his forecasts and storm chasing. His storm chasing team is called Mesochase which chases here in the Northwest as well as the Plains of northern Texas, through Oklahoma into Kansas.