Good early morning all. So the weak upper level trough is moving a bit to the north, into our area this afternoon into tomorrow. This will affect the coast cloud layer a bit, with morning fog and cloudy skies for the day before it moves inland on Wednesday. I don’t see a strong chance of precip with it before the ridge rebuilds as the trough moves east. It’s a quick move. As Halloween comes we will see a long filament trough move in, pushing the ridge out of the area, creating a wet forecast. (I also see a hint of a cut off low and kicker trough set up, up stream…yay). Yesterday it looked like we might see some showers late Thursday, but now I think it will hold off just in time for trick-or-treating.
I am happy to see the possibility of snow for the cascades late this weekend into early next week. I am getting the ski jitters! -Rob Martin