Current Outlook
6/16/2017 Becoming Drier and Warmer This Weekend; From Hot to Cooler Next Week
“Following a cool Saturday morning, a building ridge of high pressure will instigate a warming and drying trend this weekend. However, as the jet stream sends moisture into the British Columbia coast just to our north, high clouds should periodically pass through the region...”
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Recent Outlooks
6/9/2017 Cooler and Slightly Unsettled Weather Through Early Next Week
“The cooler temperatures that arrived in Washington on Thursday look to linger into early next week, as Mother Nature’s air conditioner (the Pacific Ocean) supplies a periodic influx of moderate maritime air into the region. A few clouds will maintain a slight chance of showers and breezes at times, as a strong June sun and cool air aloft combine forces to create rather unstable conditions...”
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6/2/2017 Warm and Changeable Weather Continues for Early June
“Unlike the rather stable month of April, the recent meteorological theme of variable May weather looks to persist in early June. Temperatures will generally run above normal, although there is no indication of any extended intervals of oppressive heat. Conditions are expected to be dry and warmer on Saturday, before a breezy front brings cooler air and a small chance of showers back to the state on Sunday and early Monday...”
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5/26/2017 Very Warm and Mainly Dry Through Tuesday; Possibly Cooler Thereafter
“Strong warming and mainly dry conditions will be the main weather highlights through early next week, as another ridge of high pressure assumes residence over Washington. A lack of robust offshore air flow suggests that the coast should never become excessively warm, although most of the state is expected to observe several days of hot weather...”
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