Friday, July 8, 2016
After a seasonably hot weekend with some afternoon clouds and possibly a stray shower later Sunday, an unseasonably cold storm currently off the Pacific northwest coast will move across the northern Great Basin on Sunday. Breezy to windy southwest winds will occur by Sunday afternoon before the dry cold front moves through the area Sunday night or Monday morning as the main storm passes north of our area.
Monday will be noticeably cooler with still breezy westerly winds as the first cold front passes through, followed by additional cool waves which will keep the cool mornings with pleasant daytime temperatures and dry weather going for most of the work week.
A flat ridge is forecast to build across the western US for still dry but warming temperatures around next weekend courtesy of a mass of cold air from Siberia that is forecast drop through Alaska and spin up another strong Pacific Northwest storm by late next weekend.