Weather Discussion & Outlook

Dry weather and warmer temperatures today, with the jet stream shifted to the north of us. There is a small upper level Trof of Low pressure on the BC Coast today that will be moving east across southern Canada Wednesday & Thursday and dipping down into Montana as it passes by to the north of us. That will bring us an little increase in winds Wednesday & and then slightly cooler temps again for Thursday & Friday. A few clouds as that Trof is passing, but no threat of showers for us seen at this point. And generally too stable for thunderstorms. A weak Trof of Low pressure looks like it will hang back over the Pacific Northwest at the end of the week and over the weekend. Again, no showers, except for a slight chance over the mountains. Otherwise, temps warm a bit again and generally dry weather hangs around thru early next week.

© Jim Woodmencey, meteorologist