“Series of Storms to Slam Pacific Northwest US This Week”
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– From Renee Duff, AccuWeather.com Meteorologist:
“December will begin with a roar across the Northwest as rounds of rain, mountain snow and even ice are in store this week.
Rounds of storms are poised to impact Washington, Oregon and northern California with rain beginning on Monday and continuing off and on through Friday.
Snow and ice are also possible across central portions of Washington and Oregon during the middle part of the week.
This stormy pattern follows a week-long dry stretch for much of the area.
On Monday, the first of three storms will work its way into the coast, bringing light rain from Seattle to Redding, California.
While the morning commute looks dry, anyone returning home from work later in the day could encounter wet roads.”
The black ice on morning and evening roads, overnight lows in the low 20’s, dense morning fog, and air stagnation advisories will be gone however, as overnight low temperatures with the cloud-cover will be in the low 40’s here this week.