Sunday October 25
Last week of the month will bring a favorable addition to
rain gauges throughout the PNW. The next system due
into the PNW arrives Wed, along with a small, tight system.
Breezy and damp well into the week. Thursday with some
moisture on tap for eastern basins, as well. Short pre-Halloween
break, then swish, another wet system dampens the trick or
treat activity. The storm may hold off enough to keep southern
OR dry until near midnight Saturday, but everyone north should
see rain by the afternoon or early evening. Cooler air support
will generate a secondary front on Sunday for an added punch
of moderate-to-heavy rain. Snow will coat the higher Cascade
Central Or - the temps will be higher in the beginning of the week
and get cooler near the end of this week and early next week.
Beginning 61F - 39F at the beginning and 47F and 28F at the
end of the week. Any warm veggies will be damaged if not
already. Protective mulching should be applied ASAP.