Today 39 some clouds isolated flurries that coming
out of the area and where you see tonight temperatures
will be still above average 32 for the overnight
low some patchy fog still an isolated snow shower
Almanac yesterday thermometer did not move much. We
started with a low of 30 and warm to 35 yesterday.
Sunrise 7:33 AM sunset at 3:59 PM.
Rain, snow radar showing both and that is mostly into
Western Washington with rain into the Cascades coming
over. Then we see the snow on the leeward side and
that that means Snoqualmie pass is getting some snow
as well. Could slow you down if you're heading over
California getting inundated with more rain this is
soaker it's good news for many however there still
slides and some flooding concerns that plague the
We see one system coming ashore now the next one off
into the Pacific is going to be our Friday with more
rain being pumped into the Northwest.
Nationally. New England continues to be hit with another
nor'easter and it's can be wet weather. Although the
cold continues to be North into Canada, so it will
be more of a cold
rain event throughout areas of Pennsylvania,
New York. More rain expected for areas of Texas and
into Oklahoma, but look for Kansas and Missouri to
pick up snow showers. Starting today into tomorrow
3 to 5 inches, perhaps.
Where the upper 30s all the way through Saturday were
you see rain coming in on Thursday and Friday look
for a break on Saturday been warm wet weather comes
in with more rain expected Sunday and showers into
the beginning and next week overnight lows are at
or above freezing, so the snow level continues to
be above 3000 feet.
Thank you for watching good morning Northwest