An upper-low offshore will push inland during the day today bringing even cooler weather to the region and periods of rain today, mainly in the morning with more sunshine this afternoon with maybe a rumble of thunder in the northern Cascades. As clouds clear tonight temperatures at the higher elevations and the east side will near freezing conditions and we could see areas of frost before daybreak tomorrow morning. Not expecting a hard freeze, but any plants you have that are sensitive to frost you should protect before heading to bed tonight.
Tomorrow high pressure starts to build in and really does on Friday and Saturday bringing us more seasonable temperatures and sunshine just in time for the start to Summer on Friday. This is short-lived as a potent cold front will bring significant rainfall late Sunday and Monday! It’s rare to see a strong storm like the one that is brewing at the beginning of Summer, but it’s good news for Fire Season and our water year. It’s a bit far off, but weather models are in decent agreement about bringing significant rain to the area with this system.
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Meteorologist Megan Parry