Weak surface cold front appears to still be offshore, although it's awfully hard to find.
Post frontal day tomorrow looks really boring, then nicer weather Friday-Saturday.
Strong offshore flow and much warmer atmosphere prompted me to push forecast temps back up Sunday-Tuesday. Models keep pushing back the westerly flow that punches into the Pacific Northwest next week. The 00z GFS doesn't even have it until late Wednesday now. The combination of a very warm atmosphere, southerly flow in the upper atmosphere, and offshore flow at the surface could get us surprisingly warm…September is going to end quite warm! Mark Nelsen