I think the time has finally come.

Although Bilbo is being a little dramatic in this scene, the message still holds true.

I started Husky Weather over a year ago, hoping to keep my forecasting skills sharp for possible weather jobs in the future. Well, a lot of things have changed since then, but not my love for weather, which makes this all the more difficult.

So lets tear this band aid off quick. I am putting Husky Weather on an indefinite hold for the foreseeable future. Between my job, possibly taking classes in the future, my personal life, and Blue Thunder, I just don’t have the time to do all of that, plus the blog, and stay sane.

Why am I choosing to stop Husky Weather instead of something else? Well, it didn’t seem to get the foothold I was hoping it would. I do appreciate the people who read the posts, and liked the Facebook page/followed the Twitter handle, but when I only get 1 or 2 views per post, if that, it becomes a little difficult to continue.

Depending on how things go in the future, I may decide to pick it up again, as I don’t think I’ll be forgetting how to forecast weather (especially since I spent a good amount of time and money to learn how). But with how things look now, that may not be for a while.

For your weather needs in the future, I recommend as always to stick with NWS Seattle. If you ever find yourself going to another part of the country, the home page for NWS displays a map (with all of the watches and warnings already visible) where you can click anywhere and it will pull up the local office.

Again, thank you to everyone who has supported me on this. It was fun while it lasted, but I think its time has come and gone. If you are friends with me on Facebook or Twitter, I will still be more than happy to be your weather guru:)

Keep safe, keep informed, and above all, don’t blame the weatherman.

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

11/06/15: No clever title today

It looks like the previous forecast held up for the most part. There were a few more showers today than expected, but there wasn’t too much rain at least.

Recap

Thursday – High 55°F, Low 50°F; Mostly cloudy all day. Breezy conditions in the morning cleared up by early afternoon. Scattered showers early in the morning as well.

Friday – High 63°F; A bit warmer than expected, as well as a few more showers around. Mostly cloudy all day, with windy conditions throughout the Sound.

WARNINGS – All we have right now is a Gale Warning in effect for the northern waters around the Islands, and a Small Craft Advisory for the interior Sound. For more info, please see here.

We will slowly transition into cooler air as the jet stream shifts around, making way for a cold trough forming off the coast. It will slowly approach the coast overnight on Saturday, and will make landfall Sunday morning. This should cool things down, especially up in the mountains. Once it hits, it looks like it will slow down a bit so don’t expect it to go away any time soon.

output_ZmZ9oo

A cold trough will swoop in, hopefully lowering the snow levels. SOURCE: UW Models; 36km 500mb; Temps, winds, heights

A cold front will slowly move in on Saturday which should be pushing in some showers, and bringing some as well. From there the pressure starts to jumble a little bit as the trough moves in. We’ll be on the low side of average, and it looks like there’s a couple fronts that try to form with the low center off the coast, but they’re having a hard time doing it.

output_2zBxK2

One cold front, and a couple weaker fronts will move through the area. SOURCE: UW Models; 12km Surface; SLP, 10 m wind, & temp

As expected, showers will be preceding the cold front overnight tonight into Saturday morning, mainly to south Sound and up by the border. The front will hit around mid morning, so expect rain amounts to increase. A little bit of a rain shadow will form on the northeast tip of the Olympics, but everywhere else should get a healthy dose of water tomorrow. The frontal bands will pass by Saturday evening, so those Dawg fans may get a little damp for the game. We’ll have a brief dry spell overnight, but more rain will be on its way for Sunday morning. Amounts will be less, and the brunt of the system itself won’t last as long. I say brunt, because it will leave behind some scattered showers, including a large convergence zone for north and central Sound.

Now for the fun part. It looks like it’ll still be a little on the warm side tomorrow, so most of the precipitation in the mountains will either be rain or a rain/mix depending on the elevation. The higher elevations and areas north of Lake Chelan will see more snow. The fun begins on Sunday when the temperatures start to drop a little more. Most of the precipitatoin will be snow for the day, and I heard a rumor that snow levels may drop as low as 3,000ft. We’ll see how that goes, but it looks like we’re getting a decent start to mountain snow this year. Let’s hope it lasts…

output_41YjB9

Lots of precipitation this weekend, especially on Saturday. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 3-hour precipitation; WA 3-hour precipitation

output_aZ9bVR

A bit of snow will be moving in this weekend, mainly on Sunday. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Snow; 3-hour model snowfall; WA 3-hour snowfall

With all these frontal and rain systems moving in, don’t expect much direct sunlight over the weekend. It’s looking to stay overcast to mostly cloudy through Sunday afternoon, and after that it just all depends on where you live. I’m still expecting mostly cloudy skies on Sunday, with a few sun breaks mainly to the south.

output_IhVJRT

Mostly cloudy for the weekend, with maybe a sunbreak or two on Sunday. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Cloud; Column-integrated cloud water

Here are the 24hr precipitation totals…

wa_pcp24.36.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of late Saturday afternoon. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

wa_pcp24.60.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of late Sunday afternoon. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

And here are the 48hr snowfall totals.

wa_snow48.60.0000

48hr snowfall totals as of late Sunday afternoon. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Snow; 48-hour model snowfall; WA 48-hour snowfall

Winds will stay on the strong side for some of us for a little bit longer. North Sound, the Olympics, and the northern waterways will see strong wind conditions overnight and into Saturday afternoon where we’ll finally see some calming. Right before that, some of the winds will shift south over Kitsap and south Sound, but those winds won’t be as strong. By Saturday night all areas will see calm conditions, and that’s how we’ll stay for the most part through the rest of the forecast.

output_rRk5hI

Breezy day for north sound on Saturday, calming down on Sunday. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Surface; 10m Wind Speed; Western WA 10m Wind Speed

We have a cool down in our future, but it’ll be a little on the slow side. Saturday will see highs in the mid 50s for south and central Sound, cooling a little to the north. Lows will be in the mid to high 40s. Sunday will see the cooler temperatures, with highs reaching into the low 50s for the Sound, with slightly warmer temperatures closer to the southern waters. Lows will be a little cooler as well, dipping down to the low 40s.

TL;DR: More rain on the way, as well as cooler temperatures.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

11/04/15: Definitely seeing some nice mountain snow pictures already.

Hopefully there will be more to come!

Recap

Tuesday – High 54°F, Low 37°F; Mostly cloudy in the morning, clearing out for the afternoon. A few more scattered showers than expected in the morning. Winds were breezy in the afternoon.

Wednesday – High 54°F; Cloudy and foggy in the morning, clearing up a bit in the afternoon again. Winds were generally breezy all day as well.

WARNINGS – At this point we have no watches or warnings.

A short wave trough will move through the area overnight tonight, which will bring in enough disturbance that we’ll see some showers associated with it. As we progress through Thursday though, the jet stream will shift enough to let some of the warmer air in, so I’m expecting a little bit of a warm up on Friday. It will be short lived though as the small ridge quickly moves away and the cool air swoops in to replace it.

output_rYrZ5t

A small ridge will shift over on Friday, briefly warming it up. SOURCE: UW Models; 36km 500mb; Temps, winds, heights

It looks like the main feature on the surface pressure map is a warm front that slowly moves in Thursday night/Friday morning. It will be pushing some showers ahead of it, and should hit landfall on Friday. At the end of the forecast we can see a fairly strong cold front forming off the coast, which will probably move in sometime during the weekend.

output_qCg0Mh

A warm front will move through Friday morning, and a cold front will be forming off the coast that may hit is on the weekend. SOURCE: UW Models; 12km Surface; SLP, 10 m winds, and temp

Showers will begin to move in overnight tonight and into Thursday morning. The Olympics will create a rain shadow over central Sound so that area should stay relatively dry. Most of the precipitation will fall in the Cascades as everything bunches up on itself. Other than the possibility of a southern convergence zone in the evening, most of the rain should be gone by the afternoon. It looks like this front won’t really bring in much precipitation except for a few scattered spots in the morning.

And now, introducing for the first time in 2015: the snow model! It’s about that time, and as I expected the heavy mountain precipitation on Thursday will be of the frozen variety. Most of it looks to fall in the central and northern Cascades, and should wrap up by the evening.

output_bxpZc4

Showers will move in on Thursday, with Friday staying mostly dry. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 3-hour precipitation; WA 3-hour precipitation

output_gAcKaV

A decent amount of snow is finally moving in, with a respectable amount falling on Thursday. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Snow; 3-hour snowfall; WA 3-hour snowfall

Expect cloudy skies to finish up the work week. The only real chance we have of some clearing is early Friday morning and afternoon. Not much else to say on that.

output_GKiT9M

Not much sun in the future. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Cloud; Column-integrated cloud water

Here are the 24hr precipitation totals,

wa_pcp24.36.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of late Thursday afternoon. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

wa_pcp24.60.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of late Friday afternoon. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

And here are the 48hr snowfall totals

wa_snow48.60.0000

48hr snowfall totals as of late Friday afternoon. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Snow; 48-hour snowfall; WA 48-hour snowfall

Winds will be mostly calm like we’ve seen, with a couple exceptions. The winds will stay slightly strong over the waterways, and actually shift down to south Sound Thursday morning. From there the area will stay calm until Friday morning when the front moves in. Most of the Sound will stay calm, but the entrance of the Sound will be very windy all day. Some of these winds will shift south along the water throughout the day, so if you’re near water you may see some breezes roll through.

output_xrgkVV

We’ll stay relatively calm until Friday, where strong winds will form in the north and spread out. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Surface; 10m Wind Speed; Western WA 10m Wind Speed

As mentioned above, we’ll be seeing a little bit of a warm up at the end of the week, but it should be only for the day. Thursday will stay similar to what we’ve been seeing, with highs in the low 50s for the Sound, and the possibility of higher temperatures around south Kitsap. Lows will be in the mid 40s. Friday will see the warm up, seeing highs in the mid to high 50s for the entire area. Lows will stay warm as well, dipping only to the high 40s.

TL;DR: Showers on Thursday, warm on Friday.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

11/02/15: Thought I posted that “missing the forecast post”…

But I guess it didn’t go through. Hopefully you kept your ears open and knew about the rain moving. Quite a bit of flooding problems over the weekend, but that is slowly starting to come back down. And if you were watching the Facebook page, you saw my shared post showing heavy snowfall expected in the mountains. I heard Stevens Pass is expected to open November 20th so hopefully that will hold true!

Since I didn’t post on Friday, I will be skipping the recap.

WARNINGS – AT this point, the flood warnings have expired and we have no additional watches or warnings for our area.

*NOTE* – With Daylight Savings ending on Sunday, the forecast models shifted back an hour. So the loops start and end at 7pm, and the 24hr/48hr totals will be at 4pm.

The jet stream will slowly start to shift to the east as we progress through the beginning of the week. We’ll still stay on the cool side, but the rain should be done for now. By Wednesday the jet stream will shift a little more as the warmer air slowly starts to move in, but I’m thinking we’ll still be cool. Doesn’t look like we’ll be getting much rain at least.

output_c3LJso

We’ll stay cool, but the shifting jet stream will keep things dry. SOURCE: UW Models; 36km 500mb; Temps, winds, heights

Pressure will slightly increase over the next couple of days as the jet stream pushes away. This should help keep the rain away and start clearing the clouds a little. I will not be posting this model.

Those of us north of Seattle should see dry skies by the time this posts, but for the south Sound residents the rain will start to dry up soon after. From there we’ll be mostly dry, with a few showers popping up, mainly in the mountains on Tuesday. It looks like a new system will start knocking on the door at the end of Wednesday, but we’ll have to wait for better timing on the next forecast. The mentioned showers in the mountains will be snow, but since it’s only a small little swatch I won’t be posting it. Hopefully the next forecast will have the snow model! Right now it looks like it will, but I’ve gotten my hopes up before…

output_TiyBeq

Showers will dry out overnight, and will stay that way for the most part. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 3-hour precipitation; WA 3-hour precipitation

Skies will be mostly cloudy while the jet stream figures out what it is going to do. Tuesday will have a few breaks mainly in the morning and evening, while Wednesday will stay mostly clear for most of the day. As that new system starts to move in, expect the cloud cover to start to increase as well.

output_IadG1X

Skies will be mostly cloudy for Tuesday, with a little more clearing on Wednesday. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Cloud; Column-integrated cloud water

Since there isn’t really any precipitation amounts in the forecast, I will be skipping the 24hr totals.

Winds will be quite a bit calmer to start the week than what we saw over the weekend. Expect calm conditions right up until the end of the forecast, where the winds will start to pick up a little more than they were (but not by much). The waterways may see slightly increased winds throughout the forecast, which is to be expected.

output_80NwfW

Other than over the water, calm winds are expected. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Surface; 10m Wind Speed; Western WA 10m Wind Speed

As I mentioned, we will be staying on the cool side for the next couple of days. Highs on Tuesday will reach into the low 50s for the entire Sound. Lows will be in the low 40s. Wednesday will be around the same for highs, with the possibility of warmer temperatures to the south. Lows will be a little warmer, dipping to the low to mid 40s.

TL;DR: Cool, dry, and cloudy to start the work week.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

10/28/15: Back to the rain for a bit.

It’s looking like there will be a little bit of a break, but this forecast is looking a little wet.

Recap

Tuesday – High 60°F, Low 54°F; A scattered shower or two early in the morning, with the rest of the day dry. Patchy fog in the morning, with partly cloudy skies after it burned off. Winds were fairly calm throughout the day, with the exception of some strong breezes in the afternoon, but those didn’t last long.

Wednesday – High 60°F; Rain throughout the day, with overcast skies and windy conditions.

WARNINGS – At this point we have no watches or warnings for our area. They may release some sort of wind advisory on Friday for water, maybe land as well. For more info, please see here.

The jet stream doesn’t look like it’s going to give us much of a break, if any. There will be some warm air trying to push north on Thursday, but after that the jet stream will start to shift south again. Not much else to see on this model unfortunately.

output_7HKlDz

The jet stream will keep things mild and a little wet. SOURCE: UW Models; 36km 500mb; Temps, winds, heights

Pressure will start to increase a little on Thursday which will help clear things a little bit, but then it will just drop again as the jet stream shifts and the pressures fight for position. It looks like there will be the remnants of a front move in Friday morning, but it is difficult to see, so I will not be posting this model. Just know it’s there, and you’ll see the proof below.

As we predicted in the last forecast, the 2nd system today will dry out overnight, but it will be a little slower than expected. Lowlands will dry out by mid morning, with the mountains taking a little longer. Thursday looks to stay mostly dry unless you’re in the mountains. A new larger system will swoop in just in time for the Friday commute, and it will be dumping a bit of rain on us. We’ll see some drying for central Sound in the late afternoon/early evening, but that won’t last for long as the system starts to gain strength again. Once again, not much snow except for the higher elevations with this batch.

output_FCtJtn

Showers will dry out tonight, but expect a bit more on Friday. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 3-hour precipitation; WA 3-hour precipitation

Except some clearing in the skies for Tuesday, but not much. clouds will increase overnight as the new system moves in, and from there skies will be overcast till the end of the forecast.

output_vcajTZ

Mostly cloudy to cloudy skies for the next couple of days. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Cloud; Column-integrated cloud water

Here are the 24hr precipitation totals.

wa_pcp24.36.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of Thursday evening. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

wa_pcp24.60.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of Friday evening. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

Winds will stay breezy over the waters overnight, and will spread out a little overland on Tuesday. The land winds will calm overnight (with the water staying breezy), then winds will increase significantly for everyone once that new storm rolls in. Expect windy conditions to start the day on Friday, calming a little towards the end of the day.

output_0bQqlK

Breezy couple of days ahead of us, especially on Friday. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Surface; 10m Wind Speed; Western WA 10m Wind Speed

Temperatures will be about the same to end the work week. Highs on Thursday will be in the very high 50s to very low 60s for the Sound, cooling to the north. Lows will be in the low 50s. Friday will be the exact same, with the possibility of slightly warmer lows.

TL;DR: Hope you like rain…

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

10/26/15: The extended forecast is definitely looking like the fall we know and (maybe) love.

It’s looking like there will be a bit of rain for the week, so hopefully we will start seeing some snow in the mountains as well. That way we can start building up our water again!

Recap

Saturday – High 60°F, Low 48°F; Overcast to start, with slightly clearing as the day progressed. Winds were slightly breezy in the afternoon but overall fairly calm, with some very scattered showers here and there during the day.

Sunday – High 66°F, Low 53°F; Showers for most of the day, with more popping up in the south Sound towards the end of the day. Boeing Field received around 0.36in for the day. Winds started out calm and then picked up in the evening as the rain moved in.

Monday – High 58°F; Scattered showers all day, drying out a little in the afternoon. Cloudy skies all day with breezy conditions to go with it.

WARNINGS – At this point there are no watches or warnings.

As we expected on the last forecast, a small ridge will have actually moved in already today, and will continue its tromp across our yard overnight. Because of it size, it will be very quick and should be on its way out the door by the end of the day Tuesday. After that we’ll move back to the cooler air for a bit, with a bit of fluctuations in the shape of the next trough.

output_oU0tT2

A small ridge will roll through, but it won’t stay for long. SOURCE: UW Models; 36km 500mb; Temps, winds, heights

The pressure map is a little difficult to read for this batch. It looks like there’s some fronts from a low to the north that will try to swing into the area, but it will be on the weak side by the time it hits Tuesday evening. By Wednesday morning it looks like a new one will form and move in around mid morning, and from there we’ll be on the low side of average.

output_DQ0FHG

A couple fronts will move through, even if they’re a little tricky to see. SOURCE: UW Models; 12km Surface; SLP, 10 m winds, and temp

Showers will wrap up tonight, and Tuesday looks like stay mostly on the dry side. We’ll see quite a bit of rain move in Tuesday morning, so make sure you keep your rain jacket, umbrella, rain boots, whatever you weapon of choice is handy. Most of the precipitation will hit right at commute time, with the Olympics and parts of Kitsap taking the brunt of the system. As with most of our frontal systems, this one will be quick, as most of the precipitation will move on to the Cascades by the afternoon. But it looks like a new system will move in right behind it, and will hit right at the end of the forecast period. We’ll have a better sense of the timing for the 2nd storm on the Wednesday forecast. Unfortunately this system looks too warm to drop any significant snow, but it looks like the second system might have some more luck.

output_JlHTr2

Showers will dry out tonight, and even more will move through starting Wednesday morning. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 3-hour precipitation; WA 3-hour precipitation

Tuesday should start out with some patchy fog in areas, then should clear up to mostly clear skies by the afternoon. The model is showing a little bit of haze, but I’m thinking it will be broken up. We’ll have increasing clouds overnight, and Wednesday will be overcast for the majority of the day.

output_QBT6Cs

Tuesday will see fog and mostly clear skies, with increasing clouds moving into Wednesday. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Cloud; Column-integrated cloud water

Here are the 24hr precipitation totals.

wa_pcp24.36.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of Tuesday evening. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

wa_pcp24.60.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of Wednesday evening. More will be on its way after this image at 5pm. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

Winds will be on the calm side overnight, with higher winds up in the Cascades. This will stay the way it is until Tuesday evening, when the Cascade winds start to spread out to the lowlands. We’ll see high winds start to pick up in the Olympics and the Strait overnight, and land winds will start to pick up again by Wednesday afternoon.

output_TwM6y7

Winds will be on the relatively calm side, except for in the mountains & the Strait. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Surface; 10m Wind Speed; Western WA 10m Wind Speed

We’ll see a brief warm up tomorrow, and then move back to the cooler temperatures with the rain. Highs on Tuesday will reach into the low 60s for the entire Sound, with a few hot pockets up north this time. Lows will be in the low 50s. Wednesday will see highs in the high 50s with a chance of a few areas hitting 60+. Lows will be in the low 50s once again.

TL;DR: Quick sunny break tomorrow, back to rain on Wednesday.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

10/23/15: Maybe the fall weather is good for the Seahawks

Not that it’s very fall in San Francisco, but still. Will it be the same for the weekend?

Recap

Thursday – High 62°F, Low 46°F; Scattered cloud cover for the day, clearing up later in the day to help drop the temperatures. Winds were a little breezy in the afternoon, but that’s about it.

Friday – High 59°F; Mostly cloudy, with winds picking up in the afternoon.

WARNINGS – At this point we have no watches or warnings.

As expected, the upper level low will move in over the weekend, but it’ll be a little slower than we though. It won’t make landfall until overnight Saturday, and once it hits land, it will start to weaken and form into a more traditional trough. By the end of the forecast we’ll be in a sharp rise for a ridge, which will clear things up and possibly warm us up as well.

output_1mvEyB

A upper level low will swoop in over the weekend, weakening once it makes landfall. SOURCE: UW Models; 36km 500mb; Temps, winds, heights

The deep low associated with the one above will slowly trudge its way over to the coast, making landfall early Sunday morning. It looks like a front will sweep through overnight as it makes landfall. Once it hits the coast, it will quickly start to weaken so I’m not expecting any major wind events. By the end of the forecast the pressure will be on the rise.

output_DoskdD

The associated surface low will weaken as it makes landfall as well. SOURCE: UW Models; 12km Surface; SLP, 10 m winds, and temp

We’ll stay dry until Saturday night, when some prefrontal showers quickly more through, mainly for north Sound and the mountains. The rest of the rain will be a little slow in getting here, with most of it staying down by our Oregon neighbors. (for now). Sunday will start out with scattered showers in south Sound, then clear up briefly for the afternoon. Once we get into the evening hours, the rain will follow the remains of the low and start dumping over the Sound. Hardest hit areas will basically be everywhere except for Kitsap, just at different times (south and central Sound first, north Sound later). It looks like this system will be a little too warm for snow, but some areas in the Cascades will be getting some.

output_HWJiYy

Scattered showers Saturday afternoon, with more rain Sunday afternoon/evening. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 3-hour precipitation; WA 3-hour precipitation

Expect a cloudy weekend, with few sun breaks. Not much else to say on that. I guess I can tell you the sun breaks will mainly be on Saturday, and Sunday will be overcast all day. That’s about it.

output_56SLZR

Expect a mostly cloudy weekend ahead. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Cloud; Column-integrated cloud water

Here are the 24hr precipitation totals.

wa_pcp24.36.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of Saturday evening. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

wa_pcp24.60.0000

24hr precipitation totals as of Sunday evening. There will be more rainfall for the Sound later in the evening. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Precip; 24-hour precipitation; WA 24-hour precipitation

Winds will be relatively calm on Saturday unless you’re in the mountains or on the water. Sunday will be on the calm side of breezy, with the same higher speeds over the water and mountains. It looks like this pressure system won’t be positioned right for a wind storm, and it probably helps that it’s pretty weak by Sunday as well.

output_fsFIvP

Somewhat calm weekend, with increased winds in the mountains and over the water. SOURCE: UW Models; 4km Surface; 10m Wind Speed; Western WA 10m Wind Speed

Temperatures might get a little warmer over the weekend, but not by much. Highs on Saturday will be in the low to mid 60s for everyone, with chances of warmer temperatures everywhere except north Sound. Lows will be kept warm with the clouds, only dipping down to the high 40s for south Sound, slightly warmer for central and north. Sunday will have the front move in, but highs will still only be in the low to mid 60s. Lows will dip to the low 50s.

TL;DR: Just about the same as we’ve seen, but this time with more clouds and rain.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment