A longwave trough will continue to stay offshore through Wednesday which will keep dry weather and seasonable temperatures for inland areas. Along and east of the Cascades will see gusty winds through Thursday until the first front passes through, this means any fires that spark could spread quickly. The next front will pass Thursday bringing spotty showers to the coast and just inland with a chance for isolated showers in the Cascades. Then calm, dry weather will return Friday and Saturday.
A stronger front will move in Sunday bringing rain to the area Sunday and showers continuing into Labor Day. This system does not look to be a washout, the bulk of the rain will fall at the coast with more spotty rain rain showers inland. This system stays north of the jetstream but appears it will become cut-off, thus we could be dealing with this weather system into early next week and thus potentially more rain showers. This system will also bring unseasonably cool temperatures back to the area with mid to low 80s for west side valleys and mid 70s for east side locations.
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