Following the large storm system that brought us a wintry weather mix yesterday, today we can expect some patchy morning fog with mostly sunny skies by this afternoon with high temperatures mild near 40 degrees. Tonight, high pressure builds in to the Pacific Northwest both aloft and at the surface, which will bring a sustained quiet weather period into next week.
Friday and Saturday, we can expect areas of fog with possibly even some freezing fog at times with clearing in the afternoons and high temperatures remaining mild in the upper 30’s to near 40 degrees.
Our dry, stable weather will continue into Sunday and Monday as well with mostly cloudy to partly sunny skies and cooler temperatures with afternoon highs both days in the mid-30’s.
Tuesday and Wednesday, weak spokes of energy begin to move into the ridge bringing low chances for light precipitation. Partly cloudy skies and high temperatures in the upper 30’s for Tuesday with a 30% chance of rain showers on Wednesday and highs remaining in the mid to upper 30’s.