An upper level trough will be settling over the Northwest bringing more seasonable temperatures for early Summer over the next few days. Today will be cooler as the high pressure over the southwest moves east, but it will still be unseasonably warm. Temperatures tomorrow will drop to normal with highs for west side valleys in the upper-80s to low-90s and the east side will wee mid to low-80s!
The trough will usher in disturbances this afternoon and if they are able to tap into the moisture in the southwest that will begin to move into the region we could see a few thunderstorms develop in Klamath, Lake, Modoc and Siskiyou counties. While the chance for thunderstorms is low, it is still possible. More moisture will be present tomorrow and thus a better possibility of thunderstorms to form in these areas; the potential for thunderstorms is minimal compared to last week.
We’ll return to a calm, sunny and dry forecast Friday with much cooler temperatures that will linger through Saturday with another round of hot weather returning Sunday into next week.
Thanks for logging on and have a wonderful Wednesday!