February 6, 2013
This next front will finally move through during the night tonight. We will get a little light rain when it does but I'm expecting more rain tomorrow from the cold air and showers. Our daytime temperatures will drop back into the mid 40s with occasional showers. Some of the bigger showers could produce some small hail as well. Snow lines in the Cascades will drop to around 2500' to 3000' by afternoon.
The showers decrease Thursday night and not many will be left by the time we get up Friday morning. This low will be moving south Friday and take the showers will it. The clouds will start breaking up Friday afternoon as high pressure starts building inland for the weekend. The high pressure will mean cold mornings with areas of morning valley fog but mostly sunny skies above.
Thursday: Occasional showers, 44 / 48.
Friday: A few showers early then afternoon sun breaks, 44 / 48.
Saturday: Patchy morning valley fog then mostly fair, 45 / 50.