Wednesday, November 27, 2013


 A modified Arctic front will push south out of 
Canada into the PNW in the late Sunday night thru 
Monday night.  Arrival is not precise.  Breezy rainfall 
on Sunday will transition to lowering snowfall levels
 by Monday. Post-holiday travel home over the
 mountains will be difficult. If the system arrives
 earlier, even the coast range could see snowfall on 
Sunday. SNOW showers will be probable at all elevations 
by Monday night/Tuesday.
 Temps will plummet into the teens west side in wind 
sheltered areas.   Current weather hints of a slow warming
 by Fri/Sat, Dec 6,7. Another cold clipper may touch us
 by Sunday/Monday Dec 8,9 for rain at the surface, snow
 at low elevations. This event will be the coldest in quite 
some time, so be prepared (livestock water, plumbing, etc).

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