Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Weather Washington Cascades: Extended Outlook

Issued: 2-16-2016

The Pacific Northwest and in particular the Washington Cascades will continue the recent pattern of above normal temperatures and precipitation. This should be the case through at least 2-25-2016 for precipitation however we will get some cooler periods at times. The upper air chart map shows a ridge of high pressure just to our east and a broad trough of low pressure to our east. With this pattern areas of low pressure will move in from the west to bring precipitation at times for the Washington Cascades. However, there is some good news for skiers as snowfall levels drop on this Friday and Saturday so some new mountain snowfall to 3000 to 4000 feet.

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