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Stray showers possible tonight, drying out Thursday

There is still a slight chance for some isolated showers before midnight and there will be some snow lingering over the Cascades.  Overall, the pattern will be drying out ahead of the next wave of wet weather slated for Friday.

The next round of rain is slated for overnight Thursday into Friday morning. Until then we can expect to see a mild and quiet pattern as we will be in the dry pocket following the showers today.

Thursday will be mostly sunny and near normal as highs reach the middle 40s. There will be an uptick in the cloud cover late in the day as mountain snow and lower elevation rain arrives Friday.

Rain and a wintry mix of snow, freezing rain and rain will arrive before sunrise Friday and linger off and on through the day. Temperatures will be rising to the middle 40s in the afternoon so we can expect to see the mix change to all rain.

The temperatures stay above freezing into Saturday morning so any precipitation that falls overnight Friday into Saturday will be rain. Higher elevations will see snow, but the snow level is expected to be above 6000 feet.

Saturday will see the return of the 50s as the mercury in the thermometer rises to that mark. Spotty light rain is on the docket for the day, so not a picture-perfect day, but rain is still welcomed as we are still well behind as far as the Drought Monitor is concerned.

Sunday will be the beginning of an extended period of dry and milder than normal weather. Highs will top out in the mid-50s under mostly sunny skies from Sunday through at least Wednesday of next week.

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