To say the weather was wild Tuesday may be an understatement. A system that rolled through brought rain showers, heavy in some locations, and very strong winds. Some locations in central Washington reported wind speeds around 60 mph.
A very interesting way to usher in winter weather, or was it?
Marilyn Lohmann, meteorologist with the National Weather Service said a break between Tuesday’s system and a new system this weekend should provide for some nice late October weather.
“We’ll kind of have some warmer temperatures through the end of the week, not really warm like we saw previously, but more seasonable with readings in to the 60s and fairly dry conditions.”
Lohmann said a weak system is expected to roll into the area late this weekend, bringing a slight chance of rain, with totals only around 0.10”. But after it, much cooler temperatures into next week.
When can we expect to start waking up to frost in the front yard? To find out, listen to our entire interview with Lohmann:
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