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Wednesday, Oct. 20th, 3:30 P.M.

Showers and gusty wind arrived as scheduled last night and this morning, but neither was especially noteworthy.  Breezes have died down and just a few scattered showers linger into the evening.  Overnight we’ll turn mainly dry.

The first 1/2 of Thursday will be dry and mild.  Other than a few high clouds at times, a breezy easterly wind should push temperatures well into the 60s by early afternoon.  Gusts may reach 20-30 mph near the Gorge. There is a huge storm developing far out in the Eastern Pacific, and the trailing cold front from that system moves inland tomorrow evening.  Expect rain by 5pm along the I-5 corridor, earlier along the coastline.  Showers continue off/on Friday as well.

Another system moves in Saturday morning with another round of rain and breezy south wind.  Strong wind is not likely here in the valleys OR along the coastline at any point in the next three days. 

Rainy weather continues at times through next week, we’ll be watching for the possibility of either strong wind or heavy rain during that time.  Keep a close eye on the forecast!