Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion:
High pressure is dominating the Pacific Northwest. For us that means we’re sitting under clear skies with warm temperatures by day, cold temperatures by night and not a rain drop in sight.
Just off shore, it’s a completely different picture.
There are currently three storms brewing in the Pacific, but the jet stream is shooting straight north, pulling these storms into Canada. This keeps them from making landfall in the U.S., and also weakens them by stretching them apart.
One will get close Sunday morning, but all we’ll see is a few high clouds. The next will try and move into southern Oregon Tuesday, but will be too weak to give us much more than clouds and a few isolated showers.
Wednesday through Friday will again be sunny and mild.
Our best shot at showers this week will be Saturday.
Have a great rest of your Weekend!
~Meteorologist Melissa Frey