Finally, I think today was the first day that gave us warm temps AND solid sunshine. We hit 61 degrees here in Portland, one of the few days 60+ so far this season.
A weak system moves through tomorrow, but probably no rain…definitely not a blue sky.
Sunday and Monday it’s back to the same slop. The “slop” Monday will be accompanied by much cooler temps; the snow level may drop as low as 1,500′ again.
Next chance for dry weather is Tuesday. ECMWF is hinting at more ridging late next week; NCEP seems to think that might be the way to go. If so our 7 day temps will be too low for next Thursday and Friday.
Check out the national rainfall map for March. No big surprise eh? REAL WET on the West Coast!
Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen