Cold Night

SnapshotQuite a cold night out there.  I was very happy when I woke up at 8:30am to bright sunshine.  Finally, the models nailed the clearing skies.  Now it’s obvious they handled the drier air moving in as well.
I’ve lost my weather mojo for just one evening…for some reason I can’t get excited about anything on the maps.  I’m sure it’ll be better tomorrow.
A weak little system tomorrow gives us a cold day after a cold night.  I don’t see any model giving us precipitation, so I left it out of the forecast.
Pretty quiet Monday…then another weak system Tuesday…more tomorrow…Mark Nelsen

320 Responses to Cold Night

  1. cold enough no juice
    lotsa juice and way too warm
    northwest weather joys

  2. Heatblizzard silverton Or near the gardens says:

    Wow. What would they call a freakout rain-event to get them excited I am sure it’s harder in San Francisco because they get more of the storms then Sac since they are right on the beach and at the edge of the northenrn jet when it does dip down there. I am going to look up there weather in fact.

  3. Big_D says:

    Cloudy with sprinkles
    It may snow again this year
    Fat chance I will say.
    Is that better? 😛

  4. Dr. Rob -Far S.E. Portland- says:

    Good night all.
    Let’s hope over the next 4-6 hours that the southerly gradients never really get established and the onshore gradients weaken hopefully flat to very light offshore by morning.

  5. SnowFlake (Tigard/Bull Mtn) says:

    you take that back right now Big D!! :-p

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