Wednesday Night: Tonight we will see mostly cloudy skies with overnight lows in the upper 30s to low 40s with light winds out of the Northwest. We are looking a round of showers tonight with 1/10 of and inch of rain possible with a few weak Thunderstorms this evening. Showers and storms look to shutdown after midnight as high pressure ridge moves into the region.
Late week: High pressure ridge sets up over Oregon for Thursday bringing partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 50s to low 60s and little to no chance of rain. However, a strong upper level disturbance and adjoining cold front are set to move down the coast Friday bringing showers and isolated Thunderstorms back Friday evening.
Easter Weekend: The upper level disturbance looks to set up shop just off the coast for the weekend before migrating Southeast by Monday. This system will bring another round of showers and storm for the holiday weekend with highs back in the mid 50s through the weekend. At this point it is looking like most holiday celebrations will need to be moved indoors. However, there is still a lot up in the air with this approaching upper level system. we will keep a close eye on it as it approaches and update you with any changes.