Weather Discussion & Outlook

A Ridge of High pressure is building back over us today, with a dry Westerly flow aloft providing a mostly sunny day. A few clouds in the afternoon, but little to no chance of any showers around JH today. Winds will increase on Saturday as we come under a strong Southwesterly flow out ahead of a large Low pressure system forming along the West Coast. Some higher level moisture streams over us that may cause some showers or isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening. Kind of the same deal on Sunday, but it looks like less moisture and a little more stable, so maybe an afternoon shower for the mountains That Low on the Coast shifts inland Sunday, then passes by to the north of us Sunday night & early Monday. Dry Westerly flow over us for Monday. A larger Trof of Low pressure forms over the Pacific Northwest on Tuesday, and hangs out to the West of us thru the end of next week, keeping us under a moderate SW flow. Chance of some mountain showers perhaps Tuesday afternoon. Then it looks like generally dry weather Wed. thru Friday.

© Jim Woodmencey, meteorologist