Monday, April 5, 2010


Monday April 5 Cold, upper level air will continue to periodically push down over the Gulf of Alaska, opening the door for stormy, damp, CHILLY weather pattern. As each 'cold finger' of air passes over the PNW, expect rain/showers and chilly late-winter like temperatures. Mountain snow will continue to pile up. Biggest issue could be the COLD TEMPS Saturday morning. Sub-freezing temps, on both sides of Cascades, if sky clears /no wind. Ag patrons be alert.


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