A weak front and surface trough/low is passing through tonight as it heads off to the south and east. That accounts for the absolutely annoying drizzle and low ceiling in spots. At least we have a mild night on the way with the south wind.
Nothing too dramatic in the next 2 days…just showers and sunbreaks, not all that much in the way of precipitation in general.
Thursday-Sunday a cool upper-level trough sags south and brings quite chilly air to the region. The new 00z GFS gives us a break from the cold showers Saturday…before a stronger system moves in Easter morning. So obviously the holiday weekend (and start to Oregon’s Spring Break) is a bit up in the air weatherwise.
Sorry for the lack of posts lately…but just not a whole lot to talk about. It’s clear the weather geeks are a bit bored too since some days we’ve only seen 10 comments! Mark Nelsen