TWO DRY DAYS, THEN WET BY MIDWEEK
Today was a typical mid-March day with temps running just a few degrees below normal. A few light showers are popping up mainly west of I-5 in NW Oregon so anyone could see a shower this evening.
Overall it appears we have another typical spring week ahead with a sun/shower mix. The next two days will be dry and a bit warmer, then lots of showers Wednesday and beyond. Oregon's Spring Break begins Friday afternoon. It looks wet and cool through the first weekend of the break.
I don't see a setup for stormy weather this week (flooding or high winds). But cold showers (late this week and next weekend) can always give us thunder, small hail, or funnel clouds.
Showers ending early
Clearing skies late
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