WEATHER SUMMARY AND FORECAST DETAILS
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FOR 3/25/2020 - from Rogueweather
We have moved back into very winter like conditions. The overall pattern now looks more like winter. But, we are also in spring all the way now with a sun higher in the sky. This is going to set the stage for come unsettled weather at times. We have a trough moving through our region at this time. We are continuing to see shower activity with low snow levels. Amounts of rain and snow are not impressive at all. But then again, we are moving into the time of the year where we do see rain and snow coming in smaller doses. Major storms lasting for days with heavy amounts of rain and snow are what we need right now......but we are statistically unlikely to see them. And we are also realistically unlikely to see them over the next week to 10 days. We will be seeing breaks between the arrival of troughs of low pressure.
Case in point is what will happen later tonight and then into tomorrow. We will see a brief weak ridge build in. This will dry us out. We also will see the potential for areas of fog/freezing fog in the mornings, especially west of the Cascades. Temperatures will rebound as well and we will get back closer to normal. But, come Friday, the next wether maker will be coming in and we will return to cooler and wetter weather. That next trough coming does not look as cold as the one we are seeing now. Snow levels look far more likely to be up in the 4000 to 5000 foot range. Which is more typical of this time of the year. You can expect to see snow and ice impacts in the Cascades if you have essential travel to make. But, I 5 is looking like it will be free of snow and ice impact at this time.
And so, from now out through the end of the month and the beginning of April, this does indeed look to be the situation we are expecting to see. At least based on the information being presented now. We are not seeing anything that looks like a long stretch of sunny warm weather on the horizon.
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