Monday, Nov. 18th, 4:00 P.M.
As expected it turned wet the 2nd half of today. A weak weather system is moving inland this evening. We’ll see rain at times through the night, and a gusty southerly wind later this evening too. Temperatures remain mild again tonight, around 50 degrees!
We see another dry spell from mid-morning tomorrow through at least Saturday. Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies for Tuesday with just about all showers over the mountains east and west of the metro area.
A dry easterly wind blows fog/clouds away Wednesday afternoon. Lots of sunshine from that point through Friday.
We MAY see a cooler/wetter weather pattern for Thanksgiving Week (beginning Sunday), but not all models are on board with that.
CASCADE SNOW: Late tonight and Tuesday we’ll see sticking snow drop down close to 4,000’. That means a dusting at Government Camp tomorrow morning/midday, but up to 4” at Timberline and higher parts of Skibowl/Meadows ski areas.