TONIGHT: We will see mostly clear skies with chilly overnight lows in the mid to low 40s with light winds out of the Northwest. There is a 30% chance of a few light showers in the Cascades as the storm system winds down and pushes away overnight. Patchy Fog will form after midnight and sink down into the Valleys
TOMORROW: We will start out with partly cloudy skies and morning lows on the chilly side in the mid to low 40s with light winds out of the Southeast. As we move into the afternoon we will see partly cloudy skies turn mostly sunny with afternoon highs in the mid 60s with light winds out of the Northwest at 5 to 10 mph. Sunny weather will continue for serval days as high pressure settles over the region.
EARLY WEEK: Ridge of high pressure will continue to build into the area from the NE Pacific. This will bring warmer temperatures into the area. Offshore winds are looking to start around Tuesday night. Which will prevent nighttime clouds and fog from forming. There is uncertainty in when the offshore winds will end, which makes the temperature forecast for the end of next week more uncertain.
Today's Record Temperatures