An area of low pressure will bring showers to much of the region today. These showers will be light and scattered and won’t drop much in measurable rain. There is also a small chance for isolated thunderstorms across all areas into the afternoon and evening hours. High temperatures will stay cool with a new, cooler air mass in place across the Pacific Northwest. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy today and snow levels will be around 5,500.’
By tonight, showers will wrap up from west to east as drier air filters in from our west. This will bring a relative break in the precipitation into the middle of the week. Decreasing clouds Tuesday will make way for partly to mostly sunny skies and allow temperatures to warm into the middle of the week.
By Thursday, another front will move inland and this will bring more rain to the Coast and showers to inland areas. Snow levels look to remain high with this system, so primarily rain is anticipated into Thursday evening and Friday morning.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese