Rufus at the WxCafe® gives us a stormy ending with some
bold alerts. Robin
Friday October 16Curious sky watchers want to know when rain will return to the
west coast. Well, the long-range outlook continues to look
favorable for the curious.
An elongating front is currently moving slowing west. This system
originally looked to bring a good shot of weekend rain to the PNW;
however, most of the precip will fall in southern OR and northern CA.
A secondary system could bring showers into NW WA Monday; maybe
a few over northern OR, as well. Another weak system remains in the
works for mid-week. Not a lot of precip, but definitely a chance for the
ground to get wet across much of the west side of the Cascades. Yep,
you're right, not as wet as hoped for a few days ago. Drat.