STORMS OVER CASCADES, MAY MOVE OVER VALLEY THIS EVENING
Wednesday, June 20, 4:00 PM
Big thunderstorms have popped up over the Cascade Range. A nice one is in view of our Skibowl Camera right now.
As of this hour nothing has developed in the lower elevations of OR/WA west of the mountains. There will likely be a few storms that pop up before midnight though.
It's definitely a radar-watching evening!
A huge surge of marine air pours inland tonight so Thursday will be quite refreshing after today's heat. Highs about 20 degrees cooler under mostly cloudy skies.
The see-saw of marine air coming inland and then thinning down at times means temperatures go up/down over the next 7 days. A very July-like weather pattern ahead.
PM T-storm chance