A Rex Block remains the constant pattern to our west with a high pressure just north of a low pressure system. With high pressure just offshore we’ll continue to see abundant sunshine across the region with some areas at the coast dealing with marine layer fog. The marine layer will continue to move inland in the overnight hours for the next several days until the low pressure to the southwest makes it’s way inland shifting the winds but also bringing in more clouds. While there is a slight chance for showers by early next week it’s unlikely we’ll get the necessary moisture needed in order to get rain.
Temperatures will continue to drop for the next several days with the Basin returning to seasonable temperatures again tomorrow and the Valleys joining suit by the end of the weekend. Overnight lows will remain chilly with temperatures at or below freezing in the Basin and frost possible both there and in the low lying areas west of the Cascades.
Have a great Thursday!
Meteorologist Megan Parry