Great stretch of weather ahead!

Rain returns Sunday

What a nice afternoon and we will continue this stellar weather going into the weekend. Once again tomorrow morning, there will be some patchy fog and freezing fog so there could be some slick spots. This will be mainly in the south Sound and southern parts of Washington  where morning temperatures will be in the 20s, but also in river valleys. By mid-morning, we’re back in sunshine with highs in the 50s with high clouds. Saturday will be a candidate to be the warmest day of the year so far, with my forecast of 59 degrees besting a 58 degree day back in mid-January. There will be 60s in the South Sound. Clouds will be increasing through the day but we’ll have some sunshine nonetheless.

The clouds will produce some areas of rain and slightly cooler temperatures on Sunday and Monday with Cascades snow levels between 3,000 and 4,000 feet.

Beyond next Monday, it looks like another nice and dry stretch of weather is in the offing.

Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday morning so we lose an hour of sleep but this move pushes our sunsets from the 6 o’clock hour to the 7 o’clock hour. The Spring Equinox occurs a week from Saturday, on March 20.