The cooler air mass is now in place over the Pacific Northwest. Yesterday’s marine layer really prevented us from warming up much at all. It has pushed again into the Valley, but I am anticipating more clearing than yesterday. Afternoon highs are going to be similar to yesterdays, still in the low 70’s.
Cool temperatures stick with us into tomorrow. Sprinkles may fall along the Coast into tomorrow as well with most precipitation staying to our north. By Friday we begin to warm up. Isolated thunderstorms are possible Sunday and then spotty showers next week.