Well everyone, Saturday ended up being the better day this weekend as Sunday brought some clouds with it due to a low pressure system off the coast pushing everything into the area overnight Saturday. The low was actually forecasted to move out of the area by the end of the day Saturday leaving us with clear skies but it decided to stall. Monday, we are going to see a chance of showers throughout the day with a high near 50 and a low near 38. Tuesday, the precipitation should be out of the area with mostly cloudy skies, a high near 51 and a low near 35. Wednesday, may bring us a clearing with partly sunny skies, a high near 54 and a low near 36. This weekend was also a good weekend for my storm chasing team as my chase partner intercepted a beautiful supercell that produced a brief tornado in the Texas panhandle. He photographed the whole event and the photos are on our website! Everyone enjoy your weeks!
Tony Propp is now studying pre-recs for meteorology. He is heading to The University of Oklahoma as soon as he gets his AA degree. He is currently a National Weather Service (Skywarn) Storm spotter. He is known nationally for his forecasts and storm chasing. His storm chasing team is called Mesochase, who intercepted 31 tornadoes in the 2010 season, 2 of which were in Washington State.