Still in the Pacific Northwest today, but more Pacific, more Northwest.
At 553PM, PT, Bellingham was reporting a temperature of 61 degrees with clear skies. An on shore flow had filled the Puget Sound with low clouds, though it hasn’t built as far north as Bellingham or Vancouver as yet. A directional trough with little flow through it was angled towards the region, though the slight instability was more than enough to drag Pacific Moiture into the region.
After today, however, the center of low pressure will become centralized over the Yakima Valley, and will pivot between there and Glacier National Parkthrough the forecast period. With this being the focal point, and the Gulf open to the point that moisture was wrapping into western Canada, the inland Pacific Northwest will be much more active than usual,. Models agree that one lobe of moisture will pivot through coastal British Columbia tomorrow, but by Tuesday, most of the activity will be foud east of the Cascades.
Tomorrow – Chance of showers in the afternoon, otherwise mostly cloudy, High 65, Low 53
Tuesday – Mostly sunny, High 68, Low 52
TWC: Tomorrow – Cloudy, High 65, Low 52
Tuesday – Partly cloudy, High 68, Low 53
AW: Tomorrow – Pleasant with variable cloudiness High 65, Low 52
Tuesday – Pleasant with areas of low clouds early; otherwise, mostly sunny High 68, Low 52
NWS: Tomorrow – A chance of drizzle before 11am. Mostly cloudy High 64, Low 53
Tusday – Partly sunny, High 65, Low 53
WB: Tomorrow – Cloudy in the morning then becoming partly sunny. A chance of drizzle in the morning. High 64, Low 52
Tuesday – Cloudy in the morning then becoming partly sunny. A chance of drizzle in the morning. High 66, low 53
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly Cloudy with Chance of Light Drizzle High 63, Low 52
Tuesday – Partly Cloudy High 63, Low 52
FIO: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 64, Low 50
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 65, Loe 49