Rain last 24 hours: .00"
September Rain: 2.15" Departure from Normal: +1.00"
Rainfall since October 1st (water year): 51.22" Departure from Normal: +15.51"
Sunny and warmer weather takes over the area for the next few days.
Sunshine returns today with a strong ridge of high pressure building over the Pacific Northwest. Skies will start out with patchy clouds then afternoon partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies can be expected. Daytime highs will move up into the mid to upper 70s around the metro area. Tonight, skies will remain clear. A light east wind will develop. Overnight lows will drop to the upper 50s.
Tomorrow and Thursday will be our warmest days this week- and may be the last time we see 80-degree weather until next spring and summer! The easterly upper-level wind will keep the area very warm- at least ten-degrees above normal temperatures. However, a disturbance coming closer to the area on Friday will change all of this- cool and damp weather will follow our sunny and warm days. Weekend weather looks cool and damp.
Today's Record Temperatures