Several weak disturbances will bring isolated showers Monday afternoon mainly at the coast and Cascades with a slight chance elsewhere with a similar set up again on Tuesday. A cold front Wednesday night into Thursday will bring our first chance for widespread shower activity across the region in over a month with snow levels dropping to 4,000 feet. Could pick up one to three inches of snow in the Cascades near Crater Lake and Diamond Lake. Shower activity will diminish Friday morning but another potent system will arrive Saturday bringing breezy winds and moderate rain and snow. Snow levels with this cold front appear to be a bit lower potentially down to 3,000 feet.
Temperatures will be closer to average this week with warmer mornings and cooler afternoons compared to this weekend. With a more progressive weather pattern with winds picking up and rain/snow falling hazy skies and air quality will improve in our valley locations and thus the Air Stagnation Advisory has been canceled.
Thanks for logging on and have a great week!
Meteorologist Megan Parry