Last night’s rain has come and gone and the radar is quiet this morning. It will stay that way all day.
Rain totals were pretty modest last night, generally under a quarter of an inch.
With a mix of sunshine and clouds, we expect a nice day today. Temperatures will be dependent on how much sunshine there is. Enough sun and it can get into the low 60s in spots.
Round #2 of rain is on the way for late tonight and tomorrow morning. Wet at the bus stop Wednesday:
By the afternoon the rain should be much more “hit or miss” but the threat of at least a spotty shower will remain in the forecast.
DECEMBER STARTS WITH COOL DOWN
Cloudy and uneventful weather can be expected for the first day of the new month. It will be blustery and colder with temperatures holding about steady in the lower 40s.
A weak disturbance could bring very spotty rain or wet snow showers Friday. Highs near 40.
The weekend looks similar.
Notice the cold air shown on the model for the end of next week into next weekend.
A true arctic air mass will invade the US for the first time this season next week (purple color). It will arrive in the Northwest and then ooze east. Looks like a cold few days for us but nothing earth-shattering for December.
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