9/26 – Rob’s Workweek Forecast

A cold front which developed west of the Rockies has moved into our NW region. VERY COLD air behind the front has begun to modify and the boundary has begun to slow down. A saturated air mass coupled with daytime heating will provide for additional lift bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms to the area. Today through Tuesday evening will bring a 40% chance for activity as the front pushes through the viewing area and cooler/drier air begins to move in. A nice cool-down is on-tap for the latter part of the workweek into the weekend.

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