MUCH cooler tomorrow with showery weather returning...

April 2, 2024

The map below shows info for the Total Eclipse on April 8 (we won't notice much here). If you're traveling to see it, be safe and enjoy! Today will be the third day this year that we've reached 70° or above (Jan 28 we hit 71, yesterday (Apr 1) was 70, and today near 75). Big cool down tomorrow (highs 25° cooler!) as a cold low pressure system that's currently in the Gulf of Alaska slides down through the PacNW and into Cali, bringing in much colder air. Expect periods of showers tonight through Saturday with a few lingering showers on Sunday. There will be dry stretches. Between tonight and sunset Sunday, rain gauges will have recorded 1/2-1" of total rainfall. It's possible that we could see some ice pellets, hail, and a rumble of thunder. Snow levels will be lowest on Thursday and Friday mornings, possibly dipping down to 1200-1500' (just a dusting). At this time, all or most of next week is looking dry with plenty of sunshine and nice spring weather.

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