Yes we have long dark winters here, but when the sun appears we realize that we live in paradise! And get ready for another couple of beautiful days according to NWCN:
Another cold start to the morning across parts of the Pacific Northwest with temps in the teens, 20s and 30s. The coldest readings should occur between 4am and 7am in lower Columbia basin of Oregon and Washington, in Yakima Valley and in the Foothills. Then, the heat is on as we go from warm to warmer!
Highs will range from the low 60s to upper 70s.
High pressure will continue to protect us from storms, while promoting offshore winds and sunny skies for the next few days.
A push of ocean air will cool western Washington down on Thursday, though the rest of the region will stay mainly sunny. Rain free days will extend into the first part of the day Saturday. Then, look for an increasing chance of rain Saturday evening and on Sunday.